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CUHK_CCRB00600

2018-04-10

Prospective

2018.002

Health Care Promotion Scheme

Food and Health Bureau

N/A

Not Applicable

Wong Cho Lee

Room 824, 8/F, Esther Lee Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

39438166

jojowong@cuhk.edu.hk

The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Cho Lee Wong

Room 824, 8/F, Esther Lee Building, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

39438166

jojowong@cuhk.edu.hk

The Nethersole School of Nursing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Hong Kong

A community health worker-led multimedia intervention to increase cervical cancer screening uptake among South Asians women: A randomized controlled trial

A community health worker-led multimedia intervention to increase cervical cancer screening uptake among South Asians women: A randomized controlled trial

Not applicable

Hong Kong

Yes

2018-03-09

Joint CUHK-NTEC Clinical Research Ethics Committee

2018.002

cervical cancer

Other

Community health worker led multimedia intervention

The intervention has two components: (1) a multimedia education tested by our team members in an earlier study and (2) monthly telephone follow-up and navigation assistance.

(1) Multimedia education
The trained CHW will deliver two half-hour health talk using a PowerPoint presentation, which covers the following topics: 1) definition of cervical cancer; risk factors, signs, and symptoms of cervical cancer, 3) myths and misconceptions about cervical cancer, 4) preventive measures for cervical cancer, and 5) available preventive measures and service providers in Hong Kong. Participants will then be asked to watch a four-minute video clip to reinforce the information they received. At the end of the health talk, participants will receive an information booklet about cervical cancer that details the health content covered in the health talk. The CHW will discuss the booklet with the participants and instruct them on its use.

(2) Telephone follow-up and navigation assistance
For the three months following the multimedia education, the CHWs will make a monthly telephone follow up to reinforce the knowledge of participants and motivate them to undergo cervical cancer screening.
CHWs will also offer navigation assistance, including making a screening appointment, accompanying participants to undergo screening, and completing the paperwork related to the screening.

Not applicable

Not applicable

3 months

1

Nil

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

Not applicable

(1) Self-identifies as South Asian (from Pakistan, India, or Nepal); (2) aged 25 or older who ever had sex; (3) never had a Pap test or has not undertaken cancer screening in the last five years, (4) have not reported being diagnosed with cancer; (5) have not attended any intervention or education program related to cervical cancer screening in the previous year; and (6) able to communicate with English, Urdu, Nepali, Punjabi or Hindi and read English, Urdu, Nepali, or Punjabi.

Those who enrolled and participated in a project titled ‘Effect of a family-based multimedia intervention on the uptake of colorectal cancer screening among South Asian older adults in Hong Kong: a randomized control trial’ will be excluded.

25

999

Female

Interventional

Randomized

Cluster-randomized, wait-list controlled trial

Active

Single-blind

Investigator/research team

Parallel

1

2018-09-01

400

Recruiting

Cervical screening uptake

A receipt of the screening test

3 months post intervention

Readiness to undergo screening

Participants will be asked regarding their readiness to undergo a Pap test

Immediate and three months post-intervention

Cervical cancer screening belief

The cervical cancer screening belief scale

Immediate and three months post-intervention

No

2020-03-10

ChiCTR1800015671

2018-04-10

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