Screening TO Prevent ColoRectal Cancer (STOP CRC) Among At-Risk Chinese and Korean American Primary Care Patients

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Jun 30, 2022
  • participants needed
    400
  • sponsor
    University of Maryland, College Park
Updated on 29 March 2020
Investigator
Young S Oh, M.Ed
Primary Contact
University of Maryland College Park (2.8 mi away) Contact
cancer screening
screening for colorectal cancer

Summary

The objective of the study is to conduct a randomized controlled trial to determine the impact of a multi-level culturally-sensitive decision support intervention on colorectal cancer screening adherence among 400 Chinese and Korean American primary care patients.

Description

This study culturally adapts existing evidence-based decision support navigation intervention and tests its efficacy among 200 Chinese and Korean American men and 200 Chinese and Korean American women aged 50 to 75 eligible for colorectal cancer screening. Participants are recruited from primary care physician clinics. The study is designed to compare colorectal cancer screening outcomes between the decision support navigation intervention and the advanced control. Those randomized to the advanced control group only receives an informational booklet, a stool blood test kit and a reminder by mail. Those randomized to the decision support navigation intervention group receives everything the advanced control group receives as well as decision support and navigation contacts. Investigators in the study develop an individualized screening plan using a theory-based online Decision Counseling Program, share the plan with the participants' primary care physicians, and have primary care physicians to encourage the colorectal cancer screening to participants. Using outcomes data collected by survey and medical record review, this study: (1) determines overall colorectal cancer screening adherence in the culturally adapted decision support navigation intervention vs. the advanced control; (2) measures change in colorectal cancer screening decision stage in the culturally adapted decision support navigation intervention vs. the advanced control; and (3) assesses colorectal cancer screening test-specific (stool blood test vs. colonoscopy) adherence in the culturally adapted decision support navigation intervention vs. the advanced control. Additionally, investigators in the study evaluate intervention reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, and maintenance using interview data.

Details
Treatment Advanced Control, Culturally-Adapted Decision Support Navigation Intervention
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT03481296
SponsorUniversity of Maryland, College Park
Last Modified on29 March 2020

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Is your age between 50 yrs and 75 yrs?
Gender: Male or Female
Do you have any of these conditions: Rectal Disorders or Colorectal Cancer or Rectal disorder or Colon Cancer Screening or Colon cancer; rectal cancer?
Male and female Chinese and Korean American patients aged 50 to 75, who are not up to date for colorectal cancer screening

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Those with a family history, previous history of removing polyps, inflammatory bowel disease, or diagnosis of colorectal cancer screening
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