Woman's Preventive Health : Where Are You Getting Your Information?
Prosser, Emily C.
Barth, Jaime R.
VanTussi, Valerie L.
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Women's preventive health is a growing issue needing attention and awareness from women everywhere. Frankenberger, et al. (2004), as well as numerous other studies concluded that popular, media based, or testimonial information is more effective in getting information across than scientific information. The purpose of our study was to simulate previous studies, but to use a topic relating to only women including only women participants.
Health education of women
Women--Health and hygience--Social aspects
Women--Health and hygiene--Information resources--Evaluation
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