Women Helping Women - Lung Cancer Screening

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Apr 29, 2024
  • participants needed
    60
  • sponsor
    University of Florida
Updated on 29 November 2021
cancer
lung cancer
lung cancer screening
lung carcinoma

Summary

The Women Helping Women Lung Cancer Screening (WHW-L) Study will be conducted to develop a scalable, easy to apply community-based intervention to increase rates of lung cancer screening and follow-up in high-need/low-resource populations, based on a Transtheoretical Stages of Change theoretical model. The investigators will test the feasibility of using Community Health Workers to recruit (Aim 1) and partner with 60 community members (Aim 2) within 6 months, to take the steps to consult with a doctor, schedule screening, and/or attend screening (Aim 3) [84 people may be screened for the study assuming some don't continue}.CHWs will use the HealthStreet 12,000+ cohort to identify current or former female smokers (adults 50 to 77 years old) with a smoking history of 25 pack-years who could benefit from LDCT screening for lung cancer and will facilitate steps in their screening receipt. All participants will benefit from the Standard Intervention; additionally, a random sample of 30 will receive the Enhanced CHW Intervention (E-CHW-I). The investigators hypothesize that women who may be at higher risk of lung cancer due to lack of knowledge, access, and resources will take steps to receipt of LDCT in both interventions, with those receiving the Enhanced Intervention more likely to take these steps. Ultimately, such an intervention could lead to a lower lung cancer burden in the target population

Details
Condition Lung Neoplasm, Bronchial Neoplasm, carcinoma lung, Pulmonary Disease, lung carcinoma, Lung Disease, Lung Cancer
Treatment Enhanced CHW Intervention
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT04983134
SponsorUniversity of Florida
Last Modified on29 November 2021

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Inclusion Criteria

women who are 50 to 80 years old
+ pack-years of smoking history
live within 45 miles of UF Health Shands Hospital or in Duval County, specifically the 12,000+ HealthStreet cohort

Exclusion Criteria

women outside the acceptable age range
insufficient smoking history
women who live outside the 45 miles of UF Health Shands Hosptial or not in Duval County not in the HealthStreet system
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