Table 2

Variables, instruments and assessment times
Concepts/variables Instruments Survivor High-risk relative
Baseline Follow up Baseline Follow up
Knowledge/Attitude
Perceived breast cancer risk Perceived breast cancer risk [11,20]
Knowledge of breast cancer risk factors Breast cancer risk factor knowledge index [11,21]
Knowledge of breast cancer genetics Knowledge of breast cancer gene inheritance [22]
Perceived facilitators vs. barriers of mammography screening Decisional balance scale for mammography [23,24]
Subjective norms
Perceived family expectations about breast cancer screening Adapted from Ajzen et al. [14]
Motivation to comply with family members’ expectations Adapted from Ajzen et al. [14]
Family support
Perceived family support for breast cancer screening Social support for breast cancer screening [25]
PERCEIVED CONTROL
Self-efficacy in utilizing breast cancer screening services Self-efficacy for mammography, CBE, cancer genetic services [14]
Intention
Intention to pursue mammogram, CBE, genetic counseling (when applicable) Intention to pursue mammography, CBE, and cancer genetic services (when applicable) [14]
Behavior
Current screening practices Behavioral risk factors surveillance system [24]
Other
Demographics/personal and family history Behavioral risk factors surveillance system [26]
Breast cancer risk (Gail model) Breast cancer risk assessment tool [27]
Breast cancer risk (Claus model) Claus breast cancer risk tables [13]
Evaluation of the Acceptability of the Intervention TBD by researchers

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Katapodi et al. BMC Cancer 2013 13:97   doi:10.1186/1471-2407-13-97

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