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Improving Female Preventive Health Care Delivery through Practice Change., (article review)
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Improving Female Preventive Health Care through Practice Change Name Surname Educational Institution Improving Female Preventive Health Care through Practice Change I. Introduction Every Woman Matters (EWM) is a state operated but federally funded program promoting preventive breast and cervical cancer screening (Backer, Geske, Mcllvain, Dadendorf & Minier, 2005).
401). The authors noted however that despite the reduced or no cost access to the program, “the level breast and cervical cancer screening falls short of the ideal” (Backer et al., 2005, p. 401). As a result, the program was examined using the GAPs model with GAPS standing for “goal-setting, assessing existing routines, planning the modification of routines, and providing support for these improvements” (Backer et al., 2005, p. 402). The authors described the study as multi-method: a qualitative study design was used to describe the process of changes that took place in the implementation of the program while quantitative audits on mammogram and Papanicolaou test data were used to measure the success that was assumed to be related with the practice. The data that was used to assess the program involved observational field notes, audio-taped interviews with physicians and key staff, and chart reviews of the last female patients from 19 to 64 found in the clinic. Backer et al. (2005) led respondents to identify potential reforms in the EWM that can improve screening rates and advance key reforms that must be instituted in the program. Respondents identified several initiatives that may improve screening rates. ...
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