Factors involved in nurses' teaching breast self-examination.

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It has been demonstrated that breast self-examination (BSE) is a reliable method for early detection of breast abnormalities when practiced regularly and correctly. In addition, it has been found that a woman is likely to be more proficient if she has been taught BSE by a physician or nurse. In a hospital-based study, nurses were surveyed regarding both… (More)

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@article{Clarke1989FactorsII, title={Factors involved in nurses' teaching breast self-examination.}, author={David Clarke and Ludmila Sandler}, journal={Cancer nursing}, year={1989}, volume={12 1}, pages={41-6} }