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ジャクネン セイジン シュウロウ ジョセイ ニ オケル シキュウケイ ガン ケンシン ジュシン ノ カンレン ヨウイン
Factors related to receiving cervical cancer screening in young working Women
Motoi, Nozomi Graduate School of Medical Sciences Major in Health Sciences, Tottori University
Suzuki, Yasue Department of Women’s & Children’s Family nursing, School of health Science Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University Researchers DB KAKEN
Sasaki, Kumiko Department of Women’s & Children’s Family nursing, School of health Science Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University Researchers DB KAKEN
Cervical Cancer Screening
Young Working Women
Purpose of this study was to clarify the factors related to receiving cervical cancer（C.C） screening in young working women. A self-administered questionnaire was used to survey 268 working women aged 20-39 years about factors associated with C.C screening. The participants were categorized into the periodical screening group （n= 90）， non-periodical screening group （n=68） and unexamined group （n=110）．Factors that differed among the three groups were family structure, experience of sexual intercourse, desire for children, HPV vaccination, age, cancer risk perception, recommendations from others and presence of a companion, interest in cancer screening, possession of general medical knowledge about C.C, knowledge of C.C screening methods and procedures, and family functioning. Multinomial logistic regression analysis showed that age（odds ratio 0.83），recommendations from others and presence of a companion（ odds ratio 1.78）， interest in cancer screening（odds ratio 0.33）， and having knowledge of the methods and procedures of C.C screening（ odds ratio 0.16） were related significantly with unexamined group. These results suggest that provision of knowledge about C.C. and screening is effective in promoting cervical cancer screening, taking into account the characteristics of the target population. Particularly, it seems to be important to invite unexamined group to participate C.C cancer screenings.
Departmental Bulletin Paper
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The Journal of the Yonago Medical Association
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米子医学雑誌. 2022, 73(4-5), 83-95.
Faculty of Medicine/Graduate School of Medical Sciences/University Hospital