Published: Colleagues from Across Campus

Manoj Sharma, Jennifer Pharr, Courtney Coughenour (all Environmental & Occupational Health), Chia-Liang Dai (Teaching & Learning), Kavita Batra (Medicine), and Ching-Chen Chen (Counselor Education), along with Asma Awan (Purdue University), and Hannah Catalano (University of North Carolina Wilmington), published an article “Using the Multi-theory Model (MTM) of Health Behavior Change to Explain the Correlates of Mammography Screening among Asian American Women” in the journal Pharmacy. This evidence-based study validates the use of multi-theory model (MTM) in designing and evaluating mammography screening promotion interventions among Asian American women aged 45-54 years.

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