The Resource Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016

Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016

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Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016
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Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016
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The Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study (PCRBM) is a qualitative study using interviews and focus groups with Black males at a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) to understand prostate cancer risk and knowledge among this group. Inclusion criteria for participants in the study were: (a) currently enrolled in the university being studied, (b) self-identify as African American or Black, and (c) male. Because the male population at this HBCU was a smaller group, they were recruited using their campus email. The study was conducted from October 2015 through February 2016. Focus group and interview questions were developed based on the Health Belief Model. Questions covered masculinity, healthy and unhealthy behaviors, barriers to health, and prostate cancer
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  • Mincey, Krista D
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Turner, Brian L.
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Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016
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  • 2015-10-01--2016-02-25
  • 37985
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ICPSR37985.v1
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Prostate Cancer Risk in Young Black Men Study, United States, 2015-2016
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  • 2015-10-01--2016-02-25
  • 37985
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ICPSR37985.v1
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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