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Teaching tools to engage Anishinaabek First Nations women in cervical cancer screening: Report of an educational workshop
Objective: To explore educational strategies for engaging First Nations women in Canada to attend cervical cancer screening. Design: Within a participatory action research framework, semi-structured interviews with ...
Colonial legacy and the experience of First Nations women in cervical cancer screening: a Canadian multi-community study
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Regular Papanicolaou (Pap) screening has dramatically reduced cervical cancer incidence in Canada since the 1950s. However, Indigenous women’s rates of cervical cancer remain disproportionately high, a factor which is not ...