Mammography Adherence: A Qualitative Study (Watson-Johnson et al., 2011).
Mammography is a procedure that entails using radiation for early detection of breast cancer in women to facilitate proper management after diagnosis. Despite its proven efficacy in reducing breast cancer-related deaths and a pronounced increase in its use among women between 1987 and 2000, a sharp decline has been noticed in adherence to its continued use. Watson-John et al. in this study aims at uncovering the cause of this sharp decline in usage of mammography by various categories of women who have used it in the past.
In designing the