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Validation of health and cultural belief scales about colorectal cancer screening among Korean Americans
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is one of the most common cancers among Korean Americans (KAs). KAs have low CRC screening rates and they tend to receive a later-stage cancer diagnosis. Therefore, to improve CRC screening rates ...
Unintended Pregnancy, Depression, and Hazardous Drinking in a Community-Based Sample of Sexual Minority Women.
(Mary Ann Liebert, 2016-09)
CONTEXT: Unintended pregnancy is a stressful life event with important implications for women's health. Little research has examined sexual minority women's (SMW; lesbian, bisexual, mostly heterosexual) experiences of ...
The Reverence for Life Movement - A Community-based Primary Health Care Movement in Kumamoto, Japan
The purpose of this historical case study was to provide such a rich and thick description of the Reverence for Life Movement (RLM) - a community-based Primary Health Care (PHC) movement in Kumamoto, Japan from1962 to 1980 ...
Chinese Americans' Readiness for Advance Care Planning
Employing a cross-sectional mixed-method design, this study demonstrated how a trans-theoretical model can be applied quantitatively and qualitatively to characterize Chinese Americans’ behavioral change regarding advance ...