The disease condition targeted by the intervention(s) described in the paper. Only diseases covered by one of Finding Answers’ 11 systematic reviews are represented.
The racial or ethnic population for which disparities exist, which the interventions are attempting to address.
Whether the intervention utilized culturally-targeted messages or materials, specific to the population in question.
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Preparing African-American men in community primary care practices to decide whether or not to have prostate cancer screening

Myers RE, Daskalakis C, Cocroft J, Kunkel EJ, Delmoor E, Liberatore M, Nydick RL, Brown ER, Gay RN, Powell T, Powell RL. Journal of the National Medical Association 2005; Volume 97; Issue 8; Page 1143
Disease [?] Prostate Cancer
Race / Ethnicity [?] African American
Cultural Targeting [?] Yes
Strategies / Levels / Modes:
Strategy Strategy Engaging the Community: Add community health worker/lay health worker/peer coach/peer educator (community)
Level Level Microsystem
Mode Mode N/A