Predictors of regular mammography use among American Indian women in Oklahoma: a cross-sectional study

@inproceedings{Tolma2014PredictorsOR,
  title={Predictors of regular mammography use among American Indian women in Oklahoma: a cross-sectional study},
  author={Eleni L. Tolma and Julie Ann Stoner and Ji Li and Yoonsang Kim and Kimberly K. Engelman},
  booktitle={BMC women's health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND There are significant disparities in breast cancer screening and survivorship between American Indian (AI) and non-Hispanic white women. This study aimed to identify the salient beliefs AI women from Oklahoma have on regular mammography screening, and to determine which beliefs and health- related practices are associated with past mammography screening behavior. METHODS This study used an integrated model of the Theory of Planned Behavior as the guiding theoretical framework. Data… CONTINUE READING

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