Family/friend recommendations and mammography intentions: the roles of perceived mammography norms and support.

@article{Molina2015FamilyfriendRA,
  title={Family/friend recommendations and mammography intentions: the roles of perceived mammography norms and support.},
  author={Yamil{\'e} Molina and India J Ornelas and Sarah L Doty and Sonia K. Bishop and Shirley A. A. Beresford and Gloria D. Coronado},
  journal={Health education research},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={797-809}
}
Identifying factors that increase mammography use among Latinas is an important public health priority. Latinas are more likely to report mammography intentions and use, if a family member or friend recommends that they get a mammogram. Little is known about the mechanisms underlying the relationship between social interactions and mammography intentions… CONTINUE READING