I have done an analysis of my result. it is qualitative research. it is about facilitators and barriers to bowel cancer screening in the Uk. I found that the language barrier, insufficient family support, lack of reassurance from the community, and absence of symptoms and religion were the major barriers for the ethnic minority in the Uk to undergo bowel cancer screening. Despite that, the participants acknowledge that the financial burden were influence their attitude previously in their original country (western countries), however, the nature of bowel cancer screening and since it is free to facilitate their participation and increase their intention and motivation. despite this, there was a lack of knowledge regarding bowel cancer risk factors and symptoms.
- the research found that participants who setteled longer in the UK and undergo screening with an informed decision were less likely to report barriers
- the Muslim participants indicated that bowel cancer screening was easy in comparison to cervix and breast cancer screening because of religious perspectives therefore the participants I interviewed were more likely to attend bowel cancer screening( compare it with Christian or non- religious white population? is it the same result?.
- You can talk about the motivation? how do people with high motivation and intention adhere to the bowel cancer screening program?
You can compare the result with the white population? do they have same barriers? how is the social support there, is it the same in ethnic minorities?