A new study assessing the level of functional cervical cancer literacy among women aged 18-65 years in Mayuge, Easterrn Uganda, has just been published.
Understanding the factors associated with cervical cancer literacy is essential for cervical health communication programming, however, no study has documented this in Uganda and particularly in Mayuge. Mayuge is a rural population based cancer registry and one of the sites for piloting cancer control interventions in Uganda.
Read the full article (open access) in ecancer https://ecancer.org/en/journal/article/1004-socio-culturally-mediated-fa...
HIFA profile: Katie Foxall is Head of Publishing at eCancer, Bristol, UK. katie AT ecancer.org