LOCKED OUT: Where are the Ethnic Minority Women?
Shortcomings of Cervical Cancer Screening Programs in Developed Countries
Cervical cancer is the second commonest cancer affecting women around the world.
However, in spite of several interventions put in place in developed countries, mortality remains high, especially among ethnic minority women.
Notably, a limited number of ethnic minority women attend cervical cancer screening.
This book reveals the three major factors associated with poor participation of ethnic minority women living in developed countries in cervical cancer screening programs and recommends possible solutions to this public health problem.
The author is a postgraduate of Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom with a Master of Science in Public Health.
She is passionate about helping people improve their quality of life and wants to make a difference in the world.