While LGBT is probably the most widely used acronym, consensus on terminology for this population is lacking. Barriers to cancer screening in Hmong Americans: The influence of health care accessibility, culture, and cancer literacy.
Twenty percent of these results were double-screened by a second reviewer to ensure consistency. However, three studies observed results which significantly favored the standard group. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer.
The majority of adaptations were tested in one or more of the retained studies.
These findings provide some support for tailoring based on level of acculturation, which was featured in three reviewed studies: Huey and Pan and Pan et al. Such interventions could include remote such as web- or phone-based interventions to provide access to care in a manner sensitive to the needs of the LGBT population.
Addict Behav. Sixteen studies changed the manner in which an intervention was delivered or portrayed. For instance, several teams of reviewers conducted the screening. Sociocultural characteristics and responses to cancer education materials among African American women.