Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review

Objective: To determine the effectiveness of educational interventions on young women’s knowledge and lifestyles for breast cancer prevention. Methods: We searched CENTRAL, the Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycINFO, and trial registers to identify experimental studies published between 2000 an...

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Autor Principal: Betancur Bedoya, Silvia Patricia
Otros Autores: Menses Echávez, Jose Francisco
Formato: Tesis de maestría (Master Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2019
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Acceso en línea:http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/20016
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language Español (Spanish)
topic Breast Neoplasms
Lifestyle
Breast awaraness
Breast Health
Enfermedades
Neoplasmas de la mama
Enfermedades de la mama
Estilo de vida
spellingShingle Breast Neoplasms
Lifestyle
Breast awaraness
Breast Health
Enfermedades
Neoplasmas de la mama
Enfermedades de la mama
Estilo de vida
Betancur Bedoya, Silvia Patricia
Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
description Objective: To determine the effectiveness of educational interventions on young women’s knowledge and lifestyles for breast cancer prevention. Methods: We searched CENTRAL, the Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycINFO, and trial registers to identify experimental studies published between 2000 and 2018. Two reviewers independently selected the studies, appraised methodological quality, and rated the quality of the evidence using the GRADE approach. Results: We included (900 women). One randomized-controlled trial (RCT) from Canada (745 women) and one uncontrolled trial from Colombia (N=155). Both studies were conducted in scholar settings. The Canadian RCT (START study) had low methodological quality, while the Colombian study was rated as very low quality. Very low-quality evidence suggested educational interventions might improve women’s knowledge about the role of physical activity, vegetables and fruit consumption, and alcohol consumption for breast cancer prevention. We have very little confidence in the effects of educational interventions on adolescent women’s behaviours, such as of physical activity, alcohol consumption, and vegetables and fruit consumption in the context of breast cancer prevention (Very low-quality evidence). Our confidence in the effect of educational interventions delivered via web messages for increasing women’s knowledge about the role of smoking for breast cancer prevention is limited (Low quality evidence). Similarly, low-quality evidence was identified for the effects of educational interventions to reduce women’s smoking behavior.Conclusion: Firm statements on the effects of educational interventions on young women´s knowledge and lifestyles for breast cancer prevention are precluded due to the very low-to-low quality of the available evidence.
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Betancur Bedoya, Silvia Patricia
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title Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
title_short Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
title_full Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
title_fullStr Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
title_full_unstemmed Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review
title_sort breast cancer prevention educational interventions in young women : a systematic review
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spelling ir-10336-200162021-07-30T06:01:01Z Breast Cancer Prevention Educational Interventions in Young Women : A Systematic Review Betancur Bedoya, Silvia Patricia Menses Echávez, Jose Francisco Chávez, Nathaly Canelo, Carlos Nguyen, Lien Coello, Pablo Breast Neoplasms Lifestyle Breast awaraness Breast Health Enfermedades Neoplasmas de la mama Enfermedades de la mama Estilo de vida Objective: To determine the effectiveness of educational interventions on young women’s knowledge and lifestyles for breast cancer prevention. Methods: We searched CENTRAL, the Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, EMBASE, PsycINFO, and trial registers to identify experimental studies published between 2000 and 2018. Two reviewers independently selected the studies, appraised methodological quality, and rated the quality of the evidence using the GRADE approach. Results: We included (900 women). One randomized-controlled trial (RCT) from Canada (745 women) and one uncontrolled trial from Colombia (N=155). Both studies were conducted in scholar settings. The Canadian RCT (START study) had low methodological quality, while the Colombian study was rated as very low quality. Very low-quality evidence suggested educational interventions might improve women’s knowledge about the role of physical activity, vegetables and fruit consumption, and alcohol consumption for breast cancer prevention. We have very little confidence in the effects of educational interventions on adolescent women’s behaviours, such as of physical activity, alcohol consumption, and vegetables and fruit consumption in the context of breast cancer prevention (Very low-quality evidence). Our confidence in the effect of educational interventions delivered via web messages for increasing women’s knowledge about the role of smoking for breast cancer prevention is limited (Low quality evidence). 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