Nearly all participants had intention to screen if screening was recommended by a physician. Having a job (working), low perceived benefits of screening, and being motivated predicted having intention to screen. Colorectal cancer fatalism was predicted by low levels of education, shorter length of residence, high perceived barriers to screening, and negative attitudes and wrong beliefs about CRC screening. Lastly, fatalism did not predict intention to screen for CRC.As such, the aging population worldwide will be greatly affected by the strife of colorectal cancer unless the global ... the American Cancer Society (ACS), have strongly recommended regular colorectal cancer screening (ACS, 2006; ... The American Cancer Society provided directions and guidelines for early detection of asymptomatic cancers through their screening recommendations and guidelines.
|Title||:||Predictors of Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Arab Americans: The Role of Fatalism|
|Author||:||Amjad Ibrahim Khawaldeh|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|