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Cervical and Breast Cancer Screenings among ED patients and visitors A national, multi-center study with Research Associates as participant identifiers and data collectors Keith Bradley, MD Director National Alliance of Research Associates Programs (NARAP)

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Research Progression Burden of Load study Pilot study National, Multi-Center study

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Burden of Load Objective assess compliance with cancer screenings among ED patients Methods St. Vincent’s Medical Center , Bridgeport, CT convenience sample, adult pts, “as many as possible” RA’s, 4-hr. shifts, summer semester ACS recommendations for six cancer screenings

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Burden of Load Results 25 RAs, 8 weeks/summer semester 2403 pts. approached, 1574 (66%) enrolled Only 9% were up-to-date on ACS recommendations cervical cancer: 41% needed Pap test breast cancer: 41% needed mammogram Conclusions Lot’s of ED patients need cancer screenings Cervical and breast cancer screenings = good targets

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Pilot Study Objective assess compliance with cervical and breast cancer screenings among ED patients and visitors. Methods St. Vincent’s Medical Center , Bridgeport, CT convenience sample, adult pts, “as many as possible” RA’s, 4-hr. shifts, summer semester ACS recs for cervical and breast cancer screenings follow-up

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Pilot Study Results 20 RAs, 7 weeks/summer semester 1463 pts. and visitors approached, 1095 (75%) enrolled cervical cancer: 24% needed Pap test breast cancer: 23% needed mammogram follow-up: 28% had test done or scheduled Conclusions Lot’s of ED patients and visitors need cervical and breast cancer cancer screenings Associated with a reasonable % of (+) outcomes

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On to a national, multi-center study!

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National, Multi-Center Study format like the Pilot study NARAP-institutions RED-Cap data collection system

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National, Multi-Center Study Objective assess compliance with cervical and breast cancer screenings among ED patients and visitors. Methods multiple NARAP institutions convenience sample, adult pts, “as many as possible” RA’s, 4-hr. shifts, spring, summer and fall semesters USPSTF recs for cervical and breast cancer screenings follow-up

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Quiz complete the Cervical and Breast Cancer Didactics quiz found on the www.theNARAP.org website save with YourLastName,YourFirstName-CervicalAndBreastCancer Didactics send to your Chief RA for Recruiting

Summary: This presentation is part of pre-orientation for new Research Associates. Please be advised that this includes medically graphic material.

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