Gender and Health

The Effects of Health Education in Different Ways for Cervical Cancer Cognition and Health Behavior of Community Married Women

Lei Yanling
School of Public Health, University of South China
Journal of Hunan Normal University(Medical Sciences) 2015-2

Abstract:Objective To explore the effect of health education in the different ways for cervical cancer related knowledge and health behavior health of community married women. Methods 610 case married women and 326 case young married women in Shenzhen Futian district community were selected, the community married women were randomly divided into control group(278 case) and intervention group 1(332 case), young married women as intervention group 2(326 case). Intervention group 1 using traditional way of health education and intervention group 2 used in a network of health education, intervention for 3months time. Compare the score of cervical cancer and HPV related knowledge and cervical cancer prevention health behavior in different groups before and after the intervention. Results After intervention,the score of cervical cancer and HPV related knowledge and cervical cancer prevention health behavior in each groups were higher than before intervention, The scores of intervention group 1and Intervention group 2 were higher than control group, The score of intervention group 2 were higher than intervention group 1. Conclusion Traditional education and network health education all can receive the good effects. But network health education have better effect if the people is familiar to basic network knowledge.
Keywords:cervical cancer, network health education, Human papilloma virus (HPV)

Paper type:Published
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