Motivators for women to attend cervical screening: the influential role of GPs.
MeSHEarly Detection of Cancer
Patient Acceptance of Health Care
Uterine Cervical Neoplasms
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CitationMotivators for women to attend cervical screening: the influential role of GPs. 2014, 31 (4):475-82 Fam Pract
AbstractParticipation in organized cervical cancer screening has declined recently. While research has focussed on barriers to screening participation, less attention has been paid to what motivates women to attend. Moreover, little is known about health care provider/practitioner-level barriers and facilitators to participation. Better understanding of these issues could help inform strategies to improve participation.
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