Examining the Durability of Colorectal Cancer Screening Awareness and Health Beliefs Among Medically Underserved Patients: Baseline to 12 months Post-Intervention

Shannon Christy, Steven K. Sutton, Clement K. Gwede, Enmanuel A. Chavarria, Stacy N. Davis, Rania Abdulla, Ida Schultz, Richard Roetzheim, David Shibata, Cathy D. Meade

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The current study examines changes in awareness and health beliefs from baseline to 12 months post-intervention following receipt of one of two colorectal cancer (CRC) educational interventions that aimed to promote CRC screening among a racially and ethnically diverse and medically underserved population. Participants (N = 270) were enrolled in a randomized controlled trial to increase CRC screening and completed both baseline and 12-month follow-up assessments. Participants were aged 50–75, at average CRC risk, not up-to-date with CRC screening guidelines, and receiving care at one of three community-based clinics. Participants were randomized to receive either a targeted, low-literacy intervention informed by the Preventive Health Model [PHM] (photonovella and DVD plus fecal immunochemical test [FIT]) or a non-targeted intervention (standard educational brochure plus FIT). Changes in CRC awareness and health beliefs from baseline to 12 months were examined both within and between intervention groups using Student’s t tests. Participants in both intervention conditions demonstrated an increase in CRC awareness, PHM social influence, and trust in the healthcare system (all p’s <.0001), with no significant between-group differences. Among those receiving the targeted intervention, there also was an increase in PHM salience (p <.05). Among individuals receiving the non-targeted intervention, there was an increase in PHM response efficacy (p <.01) and PHM self-efficacy (p <.0001). Both CRC screening interventions promoted positive changes in awareness and several health beliefs from baseline to 12 months, suggesting important benefits of CRC education. Regardless of whether education was targeted or non-targeted, providing CRC screening education successfully promoted durable changes in awareness and health beliefs.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)297-303
Number of pages7
JournalJournal of Cancer Education
Volume34
Issue number2
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StatePublished - Apr 15 2019

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Examining the Durability of Colorectal Cancer Screening Awareness and Health Beliefs Among Medically Underserved Patients : Baseline to 12 months Post-Intervention. / Christy, Shannon; Sutton, Steven K.; Gwede, Clement K.; Chavarria, Enmanuel A.; Davis, Stacy N.; Abdulla, Rania; Schultz, Ida; Roetzheim, Richard; Shibata, David; Meade, Cathy D.

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Christy, Shannon ; Sutton, Steven K. ; Gwede, Clement K. ; Chavarria, Enmanuel A. ; Davis, Stacy N. ; Abdulla, Rania ; Schultz, Ida ; Roetzheim, Richard ; Shibata, David ; Meade, Cathy D. / Examining the Durability of Colorectal Cancer Screening Awareness and Health Beliefs Among Medically Underserved Patients : Baseline to 12 months Post-Intervention. In: Journal of Cancer Education. 2019 ; Vol. 34, No. 2. pp. 297-303.
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