Factors Effected to Cervical Cancer Screening Among Risk Group of Women in Nakhorn Chum, Nakhon Thai District, Phitsanulok Province

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Mali Jaruk

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          The cervical cancer screening can help to early detect cancer for early treatment. This research aimed to study the behaviors for cervical cancer screening and factors effected to cervical cancer screening among the risk groups women in Nakhon Chum, Nakhon Thai District, Phitsanulok Province. The 219 samples were self- administration questionnaires. The data were analyzed by using frequency, percentage, adjusted odds ratio (95% CI) and binary logistic regression analysis. 


          Results showed that: the samples had behaviors for cervical cancer screening 44.29%. Factors effected to cervical cancer screening were 1) age; increasing age had behavior for cervical cancer screening 1.067 times of the younger. (Adjusted Odds Ratio = 1.067, p-value <.009) 2) the single status and woman who no husband had receive cervical cancer screening less than marital status 65.70% (Adjusted Odds Ratio = .343, p-value<.049) 3) the samples who increased attitude score will have behavior for cervical cancer screening 1.132 times. (Adjusted Odds Ratio = 1.132, p-value<.010) and 4) the samples who had high perceived barriers score had behavior for cervical cancer screening less than 13.20%. (Adjusted Odds Ratio=.868, p-value = .013)

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