Few research articles are available in the literature regarding the outcomes of interventions involving education about breast health in a health fair environment coupled with one-on-one teaching of the Mammacare, metl1od of breast examination. If women's compliance with breat self-examination could be increased and their perc_ eption about breast screening could be changed by such an interven? 0n, health care providers could have a valuable tool for reducing tl1e ll1cidence of breast cancer mortality in at-risk populations.
Welch, Stephanie RNC; Johnson, Laurie BSN; Gore, Holly BSN; Cravey, Katie BSN; and Blick, Susan BSN
"Breast Screening Outreach Education for Rural, Indigent Women,"
The Corinthian: Vol. 5
, Article 9.
Available at: https://kb.gcsu.edu/thecorinthian/vol5/iss1/9