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Colorectal cancer screening behaviors among South Asian immigrants in Canada: a qualitative study
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to gain an in-depth understanding of beliefs, attitudes, and reasons for decision making about colorectal cancer (CRC) screening among South Asian (SA) immigrants. Design/methodology/approach: ...
Beyond barriers in studying disparities in women's access to health services in Ontario, Canada: a qualitative metasynthesis
Women live within complex and differing social, economic, and environmental circumstances that influence options to seek health care. In this article we report on a metasynthesis of qualitative research concerning access ...
Women’s strategies to achieve access to healthcare in Ontario, Canada: a meta-synthesis
As part of a mixed methods study on women’s access to the healthcare system in Ontario, Canada, we undertook a qualitative meta-synthesis to better understand the contextual conditions under which women access healthcare. ...
Cancer screening behaviours among South Asian immigrants in the UK, US and Canada: a scoping study
South Asian (SA) immigrants settled in the United Kingdom (UK) and North America [United States (US) and Canada] have low screening rates for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers. Incidence rates of these cancers increase ...
Single item measures of self-rated mental health: a scoping review
(BioMed Central, 2014-09-17)
Background: A single-item measure of self-rated mental health (SRMH) is being used increasingly in health research and population health surveys. The item asks respondents to rate their mental health on a five-point scale ...