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What Media Works Best to Improve Cancer Screening Behaviors among African Americans? A Systematic Review of Effective Cancer Education Media Interventions

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Title: What Media Works Best to Improve Cancer Screening Behaviors among African Americans? A Systematic Review of Effective Cancer Education Media Interventions
Creators: Adedoyin, Christson A.
Keywords: cancer screening behaviors
African Americans
systematic review
cancer education media interventions
cancer education
social work
doctoral research
symposium
Issue Date: 2012-04-20
Publisher: Ohio State University. College of Social Work
Series/Report no.: National Symposium on Doctoral Research in Social Work. 24th
Abstract: Session 5: Systematic Review. Presenter: Christson A. Adedoyin, Ph.D., University of Kentucky (2011) - "What Media Works Best to Improve Cancer Screening Behaviors among African Americans? A Systematic Review of Effective Cancer Education Media Interventions".
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/52957
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