Stepped-care, community clinic interventions to promote mammography use among low-income rural African American women.

@article{West2004SteppedcareCC,
  title={Stepped-care, community clinic interventions to promote mammography use among low-income rural African American women.},
  author={Delia Smith West and Paul G. Greene and Leavonne Pulley and Polly P. Kratt and Stacy A Gore and Heidi L. Weiss and Nicole Siegfried},
  journal={Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education},
  year={2004},
  volume={31 4 Suppl},
  pages={29S-44S}
}
Few studies have investigated community clinic-based interventions to promote mammography screening among rural African American women. This study randomized older low-income rural African American women who had not participated in screening in the previous 2 years to a theory-based, personalized letter or usual care; no group differences in mammography rate were evident at 6-month follow-up. Women who had not obtained a mammogram were then randomized to a tailored call delivered by community… CONTINUE READING

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