Salud es Vida: A Cervical Cancer Screening Intervention for Rural Latina Immigrant Women
Investigates the feasibility and effectiveness of Salud Es Vida, an educational group session led by promotoras focused on cervical cancer screening and increased cervical cancer knowledge among immigrant Hispanic/Latina women from farmworker environments. The intervention was conducted in four rural counties of Southeast Georgia and included the development of a toolkit offering a curriculum guide and class activities created in partnership with promotoras.
John S. Luque, Yelena N. Tarasenko, Claudia Reyes-Garcia, et al.
Journal of Cancer Education, 32(4), 690-699
Cancer · Community health workers · Health screening · Hispanic or Latino · Migrants · Statistics and data · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention · Women · Georgia