Analyse des motifs de participation au dépistage du cancer colorectal (CCR) par test immunologique fécal chez des patients n’ayant jamais participé au dépistage du CCR par test Hémoccult en Haute-Garonne

Abstract : Introduction: the reasons to participate to colorectal cancer screening by FIT in a population who never performed guaiac faecal occult blood testing are unknown. Knowledge about these reasons could improve communication about CRC screening and increase the participation, a necessary condition to decrease mortality of CRC. Methods: 4876 patients participate to FIT when they had never participated to FOGBT. A dedicated questionnaire about reasons was sent to 1999 patients randomly selected. 607 patients answered to this questionnaire. Results: to be concerned despite no digestive symptoms (80,93%), despite a healthy life (78,31%), a simpler test (76,49%), a test with only one faecal sample (74,82%) and the fact that the general practitioner (GP) gave the test (51,75%) where the five major determinants of FIT participation in our population. Age and socio-occupational category did not influence the results contrary to sex and changing GP. Conclusion: our study shows that the new campaign of CRC screening by FIT has modified perception of the target population. The simplicity of the test, the implication of the GP, and the necessity of screening even with a healthy life and without symptoms were the most cited reasons of participation in Haute-Garonne.
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Jacques Constant. Analyse des motifs de participation au dépistage du cancer colorectal (CCR) par test immunologique fécal chez des patients n’ayant jamais participé au dépistage du CCR par test Hémoccult en Haute-Garonne. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2017. ⟨dumas-01664323⟩

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