Factors associated with perceived behavioural control towards colorectal cancer screening: a population-based study of 1,200 individuals [Poster presentation]
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摘要Background:
Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening has been proven effective to reduce CRC mortality and morbidity, yet the participation rate is suboptimal in various countries around the globe. Perceived behavioural control is one of the influencing factors of health behaviour based on the theory of planned behaviour. This study evaluated the relationship between perceived behavioural control towards CRC screening and sociodemographic factors in a Chinese population.

Methods:
A population-based telephone survey by simple random sampling was conducted in 2017 among 1,200 residents aged between 60-70 years old in Hong Kong. The data on sociodemographic factors (age, gender, education, and household monthly income) and perceived behavioural control (feasibility and autonomy) of CRC screening were collected. A binary logistic regression was conducted to identify the sociodemographic factors associated with the perceived behavioural control.

Results:
Individuals with higher monthly income level of HK$10,001-20,000 (adjusted odds ratio [AOR] = 0.53, 95% C.I. =0.35-0.82; referent
著者Huang JJ, Lok VL, Choi P, Wang JX, Leung C, Huang JLW, Chung VCH, Wong MCS
會議名稱12 APRU Global Health Conference "Planetary Health – The Next Frontier"
會議開始日28.10.2018
會議完結日30.10.2018
會議地點Kuala Lumpur
會議國家/地區馬來西亞
出版年份2018
月份10
頁次176 - 176
語言美式英語

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