22. Cervical cancer screening among female clients and related factors at a vaccination unit in Hanoi, 2018
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Cervical cancer is really a public health problem that should be prioritized for prevention, interventions and early screening, especially in developing countries. A cross-sectional study was conducted at a Hanoi Medical University vaccination unit in 2018 to identify the prevalence of and related factors with cervical cancer screening among female clients in Hanoi, Vietnam. We collected data using a structured questionnaire among 405 female clients. The results showed that the prevalence of study participants who had the decision on cervical cancer screening was 79.5%. Associated factors of cervical cancer screening among female clients were have had sex with 1 person (OR= 42.5; 95%CI= 5.6-311.2), 2 people (OR= 29.7; 95%CI= 3.84- 230) and 3 people (OR= 41.6; 95%CI= 4.68- 369.9). There is a statistically significant relationship between two variables [average monthly income (OR= 2.79, 95%CI= 1.19- 6.56), and sex status (OR=20.9, 95%CI= 2.52- 173.39) with the decision to screen for cervical cancer. Enhancing the proportion of cervical cancer screening by fostering knowledge and awareness about human papillomavirus, and cervical cancer and using health services assessment will be highly recommended in Vietnam.
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Human papillomavirus, cervical cancer, screening, Vietnam
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