TITLE

The Role of Patient-Centeredness in Predicting Compliance with Mammogram Recommendations: An Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey

AUTHOR(S)
Silk, KamiJ.; Westerman, CatherineKingsley; Strom, Renee; Andrews, KyleR.
PUB. DATE
March 2008
SOURCE
Communication Research Reports;Mar2008, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p131
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS), a nationally representative data set, was analyzed to investigate the influence of perceived patient-centeredness, physician recommendation of mammograms, and race on adherence to mammogram recommendations. Data from African American, European American, Hispanic, and other female ethnic/racial groups (N = 2179) revealed that a recommendation from a physician to obtain a mammogram was a significant predictor of mammogram behavior (OR = 6.67), while patient-centeredness was not predictive of adherence to mammogram recommendations. Additionally, Latinas reported higher perceptions of patient-centeredness than African Americans and European Americans. Implications are discussed, along with recommendations for future research.
ACCESSION #
31730610

 

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