PUBLICATION DATE

2010-06-23

AUTHORS

Ivy K. Ho, Khanh T. Dinh

TITLE

Cervical Cancer Screening Among Southeast Asian American Women

ISSUE

1

VOLUME

13

ISSN (print)

1557-1912

ISSN (electronic)

1557-1920

ABSTRACT

The incidence of cervical cancer is high among Southeast Asian American women, but their participation in preventive cervical cancer screening is alarmingly low. This paper reviews the literature on factors associated with participation in cervical cancer screening among women of Vietnamese, Cambodian and Hmong descent in the United States. These factors include acculturation, age, marital status, knowledge about cervical cancer, apprehension about cervical cancer screening, financial concerns, access to health care, and physician characteristics and recommendation. Suggestions for future research include the need to investigate the role of physicians treating Southeast Asian American women, the need for more extensive up-to-date studies on the current generation of young Southeast Asian American women, and the use of more advanced assessments of acculturation. Overall, much more work is needed in order to deepen our understanding of the various ways to improve the rate of cervical cancer screening among Southeast Asian American women.

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