Research proposal on cervix cancer

It was made clear that participation in study is voluntary.

A study to assess the knowledge regarding cervical cancer pdf

A permanent and systematic quality evaluation of Pap smear sample collection procedures must exist. To establish a quality assurance system within a CCSP, it is essential to clearly set a series of criteria and quality standards for every step involved in the program. A careful evaluation of these new technologies should provide highly valuable information to improve the CSP effectiveness. To achieve this goal, several field trials have been developed. Though women had come into contact with doctors earlier, they were neither educated about cervical cancer nor were they told about the screening. Hence, this study was undertaken with the following objectives: To know the knowledge about cervical cancer among women attending OPDs of hospitals attached to Kasturba Medical College KMC Mangalore To know about the awareness of cervical cancer screening among these women and the facilities available for it To explore the sources of information and the role of health care providers who come in contact with women in hospitals. In India, it is one the leading causes of mortality among women accounting for The experiences of another countries that implement national immunization programs should be applied to Korea. However, in the post-vaccination era, newly revised policies will be needed.

Taking advantage of the cervical screening international recommendations and according to the preliminary experience gained at the IMSS field trial, our aim is to propose a set of standards and to outline an overall quality framework. Do the adverse effects vary by screening strategy?

previous study related to cervical cancer

The questionnaire was collected back and analyzed. This draft is distributed solely for the purpose of receiving public input. Importantly, a clear understanding of the link between HPV infection and cervical cancer, as well as an awareness of the availability of HPV testing and a vaccine against HPV were low among non-physician providers.

problem statement of cervical cancer

Conclusion Despite almost no experience with cervical cancer screening methods of any sort, our results indicate a high level of interest among all providers in receiving training and incorporating cervical cancer screening in future practice. As the updated Official Norm establishes, every health care center within each catchment area, must have a strictly reserved area for cervical smear taking.

The survey, as well as the information about the study was available in both English and Amharic.

cervical cancer research pdf

The well-documented role of HPV infection in cervical cancer causality has given new insights on the development of better technologies for improving sensitivity on cervical screening procedures. A semi-structured questionnaire was developed.

HPV 6 and 11, which are also covered by the quadrivalent vaccine, are responsible for most anogenital warts [ 10 ].

Justification of cervical cancer

A permanent and systematic quality evaluation of Pap smear sample collection procedures must exist. Draft: Proposed Contextual Questions Contextual questions will not be systematically reviewed and are not shown in the Analytic Framework. However, during the last few years, sensitive procedures for cervical cancer screening have been tested. Methods: Between February and March an anonymous, self-administered survey to assess knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to cervical cancer and its prevention was distributed to health care providers at three government hospitals in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and three Family Guidance Association clinics in Awassa, Adama, and Bahir Dar. As the updated Official Norm establishes, every health care center within each catchment area, must have a strictly reserved area for cervical smear taking. Instrument development The questionnaire was first scrutinized by a group of experts from Department of Community Medicine and Obstetrics. It was made clear that participation in study is voluntary. There has been a lot of effort to prevent cervical cancer through primary screening and human papillomavirus HPV vaccination; as a result, the disease has been gradually reduced in several developed countries [ 3 , 4 ]. Recently, studies have been reported from India on awareness of cervical cancer and its screening among women. Questionnaire was handed over to the participants in the language of their preference. In this way, it would be possible to address training procedures and quality assurance strategies to be overcome through a problem-solving approach to the deficiencies. LS developed the study proposal, performed data management and contributed to drafting the manuscript.
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Proposal for cervical cancer screening in the era of HPV vaccination