The awareness of breast cancer preventive methods is therefore critical in the reduction of breast cancer morbidity and mortality. This study evaluated the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination (BSE), among female undergraduate students in the University of Buea Research into breast self-examination (BSE) may help us better understand the patient pathway to presentation and its role in facilitating the early diagnosis of breast cancer. BSE is a practice that aims to positively influence early health seeking behaviour. 4 Although many studies have detailed a link between BSE and early diagnosis of. (2013) to investigate the effects of peer education on the Knowledge of Breast Cancer and Practice of Breast Self-Examination among Mansoura University Female Students. Results showed that there was an improvement in total knowledge post education I (t= 43.020, p= 0.000). And the improvement (p= 0.000) was maintained post education II (t= 38.566)
In view of the fact that mammography is not readily available in resource limited countries like Ethiopia, this study was designed to assess Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of regular Breast self-examination amongst female health science students of Adama science and Technology University in 2014 The study was conducted to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice on breast self examination among the female students at KMCH Institute of Allied health sciences. The study showed that the majority of the students were having inadequate Knowledge, Attitude and Practice regarding the breast self examination. 1 Breast self‑examination (BSE) is a simple, quick, and cost‑free procedure for early detection. This (PDF) Knowledge, attitude, and practice of breast self‑examination in female nursing students | International journal of Educational & Psychological Researches - Academia.ed 9. Budden L. Young women's breast self-examination knowledge and practice. J Community Health Nurs. 1995;12: 23-32. 10. Budden L. Student nurses' breast self-examination- attitudes and performance during the first year of degree program. Cancer Nurs. 1999; 22:430-37. 11. Milaat WA. Knowledge of secondary-school female student Aim: The aim was to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) regarding breast self-examination (BSE) in a cohort of Indian female dental students. Materials and Methods: A cross-sectional descriptive questionnaire study was conducted on dental students at Panineeya Institute of Dental Sciences, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Data were analyzed using SPSS software (version 12)
. 337 - 345 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Schola between knowledge and attitude scores only (P<0.05). Conclusion: The study highlights the need for educational programs to create awareness regarding regular breast cancer screening behaviour. Key Words: Breast self-examination, Nursing students, India, Knowledge, Practice. About Authors Breast cancer is a major health problem in the world. It is the most common cancer in women and is equally the leading cause of cancer death in women. Though in controversy Breast self-examination (BSE) remains a useful tool in early diagnosis of breast cancer. The aim of this study was to evaluate the knowledge, attitude and practice of BSE amongst women in Yaoundé and Monatele Early detection and treatment can decrease the incidence rate of Breast Cancer. Breast Self-Examination plays the vital role in the early detection of Breast Cancer. The current study aimed to assess the knowledge, practice and attitude regarding Breast Cancer and Breast Self-Examination among women of age group 35-70 years Annandale, Shimla Breast self-examination (BSE) is one of such screening strategies where a woman examines her breasts regularly to detect any abnormal swelling or lumps in order to seek medical care. This study therefore explored the knowledge, perceptions and the practice of Breast Self-Examination among female soldiers at the 37 Military Hospital
Background . Breast cancer is the most prevalent form of cancer in Ethiopia of all female cancers. It is considered to be a progressive disease with a poor prognosis if detected late. Breast self-examination is an important prevention method of breast cancer. This study was aimed at assessing practice and associated factors of breast self-examination (BSE) among female Debre Berhan University. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Breast Self-Examination among Women in Rivers State, Nigeria Background: Screening for early detection of diseases is an important public health principle. Breast self- examination is one of the vital screening techniques for early detection of breast disease and breast cancer, which is the commonest cancer. The prevalence of BSE practice among women in Khartoum from our sample study was inadequate at 8% and 7.1% for Knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination in Khartoum State, Sudan Fig 1. Breast cancer and non-cancer patients by breast self-examination practice. * = once every month. Fig 2
knowledge of breast cancer and practice of Breast Self-Examination is less than expected. Keywords: knowledge, practice, attitude, breast cancer, breast self-examination Introduction The term breast cancer refers to a malignant tumour that has developed from cells in the breast Knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self examination and breast cancer among female medical students in Taif, Saudi Arabia Dalal M. Nemenqani1, Sahar H. Abdelmaqsoud1,2*, Al-Hanouf A. Al- Malki1, Abrar A. Oraija 1, Eiman M. Al-Otaibi1. 1. College of Medicine, Taif University, Taif, KSA; *Corresponding Author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: Breast cancer is the most common of all female cancers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This study aims to determine knowledge, attitude, and practice toward Breast Self-Examination (BSE) and also to explore the knowledge about breast cancer, among Saudi female students at King Saud University (KSU) in Riyadh. Methodology: A cross-sectional descriptive study was carried out among. General objective. To assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self examination among undergraduate female second year and above with including first year post basic nursing students attending at the University of Gondar, collage of medicine and health sciences Northwest Ethiopia, 2018 Women's knowledge, attitude, and practice of breast self- examination in sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review Roseline H. Udoh1, Mohammed Tahiru1, Monica Ansu-Mensah1, Vitalis Bawontuo1,2, Frederick Inkum Danquah1 and Desmond Kuupiel2,3* Abstract Background: Breast cancer (BC) is a non-communicable disease with increased morbidity and. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women aged 15-45 after the non-melanoma of the skin. Lack of knowledge and practice of breast self-examination (BSE) have been blamed for the high morbidity and mortality associated with breast cancer among women and adolescents in particular. The study assessed the impact of education on knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self. The study was designed as a cross-sectional study of students at the Medical Faculty. The aim was to assess the state of knowledge about breast cancer, attitude and practice of breast self-examination (BSE). Participants. The study was conducted in June 2010 at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria
Rashad H, Abdubari M. Breast cancer: Attitude, knowledge and practice of breast self-examination of 157 Saudi women. J Family Community Med 1996; 3: 10-13. Feldman JG, Carter AC, Nicastri AD, Hosat ST. Breast self-examination: relationship to stage of breast cancer at diagnosis. Cancer. 1981; 47: 2740-2745; Greenwald P, Nasca PC, Lawrence CE Breast self-examination: knowledge, attitude, and practice among female health science students at Adama Science and Technology University, Ethiopia. Gynecol Obstet. 2016;6(368):932-2161. 20. Birhane K, Alemayehu M, Anawte B, et al. Practices of breast self-examination and associated factors among Female Debre Berhan University students Breast self-examination (BSE) is an inexpensive but effective method of identifying breast masses that may be cancerous. Objectives: To identify the knowledge, attitude and practice of BSE among women in Abia State
Student number: 57638713 DECLARATION I declare that KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION AMONG WOMEN ADMITTED AT A PRIVATE CLINIC, ZIMBABWE is my own work and that all the sources that I have used or quoted have been indicated an Knowledge, Attitude And Practice Regarding Breast Self Examination. KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE REGARDING BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION (BSE) AMONG POST RN NURSING STUDENTS IN LAHORE (Proposal) Submitted By Gulshan Umbreen PBSN 02133037 Facilitator's. Robina Kousar Preceptor: Mr. M. Shahid Riaz Subject: Senior Elective Community Health Nursing. 6.2.5 A study was conducted to assess knowledge, attitude, and practice of breast . self examination in health centers. The sample size of 663 women were selected . randomly for interview. In the data analysis, women's answers for knowledge, attitude and practice regarding breast self examination. The results shows tha
Abstract This cross-sectional, questionnaire-based study evaluated the knowledge, attitude and practice towards breast cancer and breast self-examination [BSE] among 387 [302 females and 85 males] educated Iraqis affiliated to 2 Iraqi universities Knowledge about breast cancer. Twenty questions with yes, no, or don't know responses were designed to elicit participant's knowledge in three key areas, including risk factors for breast cancer and common symptoms, methods of early detection and diagnosis, and their attitudes and practices including practice of breast self examination (BSE), clinical breast examination (CBE) and.
Knowledge, attitude, and practice of breast self-examination toward breast cancer among female students 430 lump in the breast, lump under the armpit, breast pain, swelling or thickness of the breast's skin, spontaneous discharge of the nipple particularly blood, and erosion or inversion in the nipple . Screening for early detectio positive impact on their knowledge, attitude and practice. Hence, similar training programs should be implemented in similar settings. The issue should also be incorporated in nursing schools curricula. Key words: Breast -self examination, breast cancer, health education 1. INTRODUCTIO Factors found to be associated with breast self- examination practice using bivariate analysis were marital status, husband's occupation, age of female workers, family income, year of experience, profession, knowledge of the respondents, attitude of the respondents, family history of breast cancer, personal history of breast cancer, barriers.
half had a low level of knowledge, and were weak in attitude and practice about breast self-examination, clinical breast exam-ination, breast ultrasound, and mamography. Among women who had practiced at least 1 screening method, 17.0% mentioned clinical breast examination, and only 13.8% reported practicing breast self-examination A cross‐sectional study was conducted to examine the knowledge of breast cancer, attitudes toward breast self‐examination (BSE), and practice of BSE among a sample of female health care workers in Tehran, Iran. Using a purposed questionnaire, a total of 410 women from seven health centers completed the questionnaire
Knowledge attitude and practice of breast-self-examination for early detectoin of breast cancer among women in roan constituency in luanshya, Copperbelt province, Zambia. Asian Pac. J. Health Sci., 2017; 4 (3): 74-82 e-ISSN: 2349-0659, p-ISSN: 2350-0964 Knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination among women in a Suburban Area in Terengganu, Malaysia. Asian Pacific J Cancer Prev . 2010;11:1503-1508. This work is published and licensed by Dove Medical Press Limited Knowledge - expertise, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject. Practice - a method of learning by repetition. Breast Self Examination - is a method of finding abnormalities of the breast, for early detection of breast cancer Breast self-examination (BSE) is a simple, feasible, and suitable method for breast cancer screening in low-middle setting countries. The aim of this study was to assess the knowledge and practice of BSE among female textile workers in Vietnam
The awareness of health professionals about breast cancer prevention is of vital importance, since their beliefs and behaviors may have a major impact on other women. The aim of this study was to investigate the knowledge, and attitudes regarding risk factors for breast cancer as well as screening such as breast self-examination, clinical breast examination and mammography among different. Knowledge, attitude, and practice of breast cancer and breast self-examination among female detainees in Khartoum, Sudan 2018. 1 Coronavirus: Find the latest articles and preprint Breast Cancer: Knowledge And Practice Of Breast Self Examination Among Women In Rural www.iosrjournals.org 35 | Page Participants'knowledge on breast self-examination was very low as (60%) were not aware of BSE (Tabl Purpose: Our purpose was to assess the knowledge, practices and attitudes of Lebanese women about breast self-examination( BSE), Clinical breast examination (CBE) mammography and breast cancer and to identify potential barriers using Champion Health Belief Model Scales. Method: Descriptive, cross sectional correlational study
The correlation between knowledge and attitude, attitude and practice, and knowledge and practice were ascertained using the Spearman's rank correlation coefficient. Results: About 356 women spanning from 18 to 55 years of age were included in the study, out of which 44 women (12.35%) gave family history of breast cancer In bi-variate logistic regression three variables i.e. level of education, work experience, and knowledge of BSE have association with breast self examination, while in multiple logistic regression, level of education, attitude towards BSE, and knowledge of BSE were independent predictors of breast self examination practice (Table 2) BREAST SELF-EXAMINATION 5 study, half of the women were provided instruction about the importance of BSE and its appropriate practice, and received frequent reminders, reinforcement, and medical supervision for 10-11 years. At the conclusion of the study, the breast cancer mortality rate
Data collection took place in 2005 using a self-administrated questionnaire with three parts and based on the American Cancer Society's guidelines: demographics, knowledge, and practice of breast self-examination. RESULTS: Nurses reported high levels of knowledge of breast self-examination (M = 7.6, SD. 2.7) Abstract. Background: Breast self-examination is expected to serve early detection and accordingly better management in countries with insufficient health services settings. Objectives: To assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination (BSE) among Sudanese females attended to Omdurman Maternity Hospital (OMH). Method: This is a prospective cross-sectional hospital-based. influence students to practice breast self examination and to identify the barriers that hinder the practice of breast self examination. PROBLEM STATEMENT Ministry of Health (2002) reported that breast cancer is the third most common the level of knowledge on breast self examination among the respondents
Breast cancer accounted for 1.03% of all deaths in 2014 in Eritrea. Yet the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of the population in general or the health personnel in the country in relation to the disease, remains unknown. Hence, this study was designed to assess the KAP regarding breast cancer among female nurses working in ten hospital wards in Asmara, Eritrea Conclusion: The obvious lack of knowledge and large percent of poor practice of BSE among the study participants Mizan-Tepi University Mizan campus regular female students highlights the urgent need for educational program as a tool for improving the current knowledge, attitude and practice of female students about breast self-examination. knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination among female students in institutions of higher learning: a case of mount kenya university by esther sayi c50/74550/2014 a research project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of maste A cross-sectional observational study was conducted to assess the knowledge, attitude, and practice (KAP) of breast self-examination (BSE) among female undergraduate medical students in Poonch Medical College, Azad Kashmir. Out of 306 respondents, 250 completed the 16-item questionnaire (response rate of 81.7%). The correlations between knowledge, attitude, and practice were observed Skip to main content. Intended for healthcare professional
Knowledge, attitudes, and practice of breast self-examination among female health workers in Isfahan, Iran. The best way for early detection of breast cancer is screening, and the best accessible way is breast self-examination (BSE). Considering this fact that female health workers are responsible for improvement of public health, in. The knowledge and attitudes of breast self-examination and mammography in a group of women in a rural area in western Turkey. Dündar PE(1), Ozmen D, Oztürk B, Haspolat G, Akyildiz F, Coban S, Cakiroglu G. Author information: (1)Public Health Department, Faculty of Medicine, Celal Bayar University, Manisa, Turkey. email@example.com The respondents had high knowledge level of breast self-examination; however, the knowledge level of breast cancer and mammography screen was low. Conclusions . While the female primary healthcare workers in this study had adequate knowledge of breast self-examination, this is not reflected in their attitudes and practices Breast Self-examination: Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice among Female Health Science Students at Adama Science and Technology University, Ethiopia. Mesfin Tafa Segni, Dagne Mulu Tadesse, Roza Amdemichael and Hailu Fekadu Demissie. Background: Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer related deaths among women worldwide. Diagnosis of.
Breast cancer appears to be a disease of both the developing and developed worlds. Among Turkish women, breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths. The aims of this cross-sectional study were to determine levels of knowledge about breast cancer and to evaluate health beliefs concerning the model that promotes breast self- examination (BSE) and mammography in a group of. Breast self-examination (BSE) is a simple, quick, and cost-free procedure for early detection. This study attempts to assess the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding self-breast examination in a cohort of female nursing students Women can always perform breast self examination to detect any changes with their breasts. In view of this background, this study analyzes the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self examination among female undergraduate students in Kaduna State University. To address the problem of study, three research questions were raised Breast cancer (BC) is one of the most prevalent cancers and the leading cause of cancer related deaths among women worldwide with a steadily increasing global annual incidence. This study aims is to evaluate the knowledge, attitude, and practice of females in the UAE toward BC and Breast Self-Examination practice in the seven Emirates. This was a face-to-face questionnaire-based study using. Keywords. Breast cancer; breast self-examination; female university students; knowledge; attitude; beliefs and practices. Introduction. Breast cancer is a malignant tumour that starts in the cells of the breast and is characterized by uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the milk producing glands of the breast or in the ducts that deliver milk to the nipples  Breast cancer is a pandemic.
Risk factors for breast cancer. Table 2 shows the responses to questions about the knowledge of specific risk factors for breast cancer. A majority of the sample group (161, 74.2%) were aware of that a positive family history of breast cancer was a risk factor for developing breast cancer, followed by increased age (134, 61.8%), use of oral contraceptives (126, 58.1%), use of hormone therapy. RESULTS: The results showed that knowledge and practice of breast self-examination were adequate in 7.4% and 16.7%, respectively. However, attitude was adequate in 95.9% of the women interviewed. The study also showed that 58.1% of the women interviewed referred that forgetfulness was the main barrier for not performing self-examination Some of the female students 28.5% (n = 57) had used correct practices of self-examination, 12.5% (n = 25) reported high knowledge of breast cancer and majority of them 90% (n = 180) have a good attitude about breast cancer. However, there was no significant association different between knowledge and practice and attitude and demographic factors Breast Self-Examination is a method where by women examines their breasts regularly to detect any abnormal swelling or lumps in order to seek prompt medical attention. Knowledge, attitude and practice towards breast self-examination is important among females for screening, early detection and diagnosis of breast Cancer. Objective of the Study was to determine knowledge, attitude and practice. To assess the level of breast cancer knowledge, attitude and practice among female Beni-Suef University students. A cross-sectional study was conducted at Beni-Suef University. A convenience sample of 963 female students (489 non-medical and 474 medical) was included. The sample was selected from different colleges with a response rate of 87%
Breast cancer (BC) is the most common form of malignant diseases in women. Meanwhile, early discovery of breast lumps through breast self examination (BSE) is important for the prevention and early detection of such disease. Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of breast self-examination training program on knowledge, attitude and practice of a group of working women To assess the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast cancer and breast self examination among female university students in Al-Mukalla city-2009. Methods a cross sectional descriptive study was carried out among 425 female university students in Al-Mukalla city by using self-administered questionnaire. Result
knowledge, attitude and practice of breast cancer and breast cancer early detection methods among health professionals in our country. Due to the increasing pattern of the disease, high prevalence of the risk factors and low level of knowledge of breast cancer the need for breast cancer early detecting program is apparent. Addis Ababa cit Knowledge, attitude and practice about breast cancer and breast self-examination among women seeking out-patient care in a teaching hospital in central India Rao Siddharth, D Gupta, R Narang, P Singh Department of Surgery, Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Sevagram, Wardha, Maharashtra, Indi
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breast self-examination, 95 (24.1%) had undergone clinical breast examination, and 74 (18.7%) had ever undergone mammography. Conclusion: The knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to breast cancer screening were found to be lower than expected. Active steps are required to develop educational programs for the health care staff, which. Abstract. Background: Breast cancer is the leading cause of cancer mortality in women worldwide. The incidence of breast cancer is rising more rapidly in population groups that enjoyed a low incidence of the disease.Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the knowledge, attitude and practice of breast self-examination (BSE) among female medical students in University of Lagos. Doshi D, Reddy BS, et al. Breast self-examination: knowledge, attitude, and practice among female dental students in Hyderabad City, India. Indian Journal of Palliative Care. 2012; 18(1): 68-73. Simi A, Yhabibzadeh F. Knowledge and attitudes of breast self-examination in a group of women in Shiraj, southern Iran. Postgrad. Med Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice of Obstetric Nurses in Relation to Breast Cancer and Breast Self-examination Miok Kim 1 , Youngmi Park 2 1 Full-time Lecturer, Department of Nursing, Namseoul University, Korea