Deciding to Get Screened

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Title

Deciding to Get Screened

Description

National Health Education Standards

Standard 1:
Learners will comprehend concepts related to health promotion and disease prevention to enhance health.
 
Standard 5:
Learners will demonstrate the ability to use decision-making skills to enhance health.
 
Standard 7:
Learners will demonstrate the ability to practice health-enhancing behaviors and avoid or reduce health risks.

Creator

Rosebrough, Allison

Publisher

Miami University Libraries

Date

2015

Contributor

Ubbes, Valerie A. (editor and genre designer)

Format

JPG

Language

English

Type

Text

Identifier

DecidingToGetScreenedAllisonRosebroughFinalSpring2015

Text

Deciding to Get Screened: Mammogram and Self Screening
By Allison Rosebrough

I believe I can reduce my risk of breast cancer by deciding to get a mammogram.

I decide to get a mammogram once a year after age 40 because that is when my risk increases.

I decide to give myself a self-given breast exam because they are painless!

I decide to go see my doctor if I feel anything unfamiliar during my self-given breast exam.

I decide to walk in Race for the Cure because Susan G. Komen educates women on breast-screenings and mammograms.

I decide to talk to my family and friends about going to get a mammogram together.

I decide to talk to my sorority on the importance of self-given breast exams.

I believe that I can reduce my risk of breast cancer because my Mom had it, so I decide to get a mammogram after I turn 30.

Summary Slide
I decide to get screened.
How about you?
Have you decided too?

Citation

Rosebrough, Allison, “Deciding to Get Screened,” Health Literacy Database at Miami University, accessed March 26, 2019, https://dlp.lib.miamioh.edu/healthliteracy/items/show/281.