Preventing Skin Cancer: Education and Policy Approaches in Outdoor Occupation Settings
Studies Included in the Evidence Review
Azizi E, Flint P, Sadetzki S et al. A graded work site intervention program to improve sun protection and skin cancer awareness in outdoor workers in Israel. Cancer Causes and Control 2000;11:513-21.
Dobbinson S, Borland R, Anderson M. Sponsorship and sun protection practices in lifesavers. Health Promot Internation 1999;14:167-76.
Geller AC, Glanz K, Shigaki D, Isnec MR, Sun T, Maddock J. Impact of skin cancer prevention on outdoor acquatics staff: the Pool Cool program in Hawaii and Massachusetts. Prev Med 2001;33:155-61.
Girgis A, Sanson-Fisher RW, Watson A. A workplace intervention for increasing outdoor workers' use of solar protection. Am J Public Health 1994;84:77-81.
Glanz K, Chang L, Song V, Silverio R, Muneoka L. Skin cancer prevention for children, parents, and caregivers: a field test of Hawaii's SunSmart program. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology 1998;38:413-7.
Glanz K, Maddock JE, Lew RA, Murakami-Akatsuka L. A randomized trial of the Hawaii SunSmart program's impact on outdoor recreation staff. J Am Acad Dermatol 2001;44:973-8.
Hanrahan PF. The effect of an educational brochure on knowledge and early detection of melanoma. Aust J Public Health 1995;19:270-4.
Lombard D, Neubauer TE, Canfield D, Winett RA. Behavioral community intervention to reduce the risk of skin cancer. J Appl Behav Anal 1991;24:677-86.
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- Page last updated: August 24, 2010
- Content source: The Guide to Community Preventive Services