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Table 2 Distributiona of JPCAT, and unadjusted correlation with breast and cervical cancer screening uptake

From: Primary care patient experience and cancer screening uptake among women: an exploratory cross-sectional study in a Japanese population

Scale Total (N = 190) Breast cancer screeningb (N = 155) P valued Cervical cancer screeningc (N = 111) P valued
Uptake (N = 64) Non-uptake (N = 91) Uptake (N = 61) Non-uptake (N = 50)
JPCAT
 Total score 52.3 (15.6) 58.4 (15.7) 51.9 (14.1) 0.008 53.7 (16.8) 49.9 (14.6) 0.238
 First contact 46.3 (25.5) 52.9 (22.9) 50.4 (24.0) 0.514 43.9 (26.8) 43.3 (25.1) 0.912
 Longitudinality 65.7 (18.4) 70.0 (17.1) 65.0 (19.1) 0.096 65.6 (18.2) 64.6 (20.0) 0.782
 Coordination 57.7 (25.3) 64.8 (24.3) 58.1 (24.2) 0.096 58.2 (29.7) 51.7 (21.2) 0.196
 Comprehensiveness (services available) 56.9 (23.7) 60.2 (22.4) 54.5 (23.6) 0.132 59.9 (25.0) 55.4 (25.3) 0.349
 Comprehensiveness (services provided) 37.2 (26.7) 43.3 (28.4) 35.0 (24.3) 0.055 44.1 (29.2) 36.6 (26.3) 0.167
 Community orientation 49.6 (21.2) 58.3 (21.1) 48.4 (19.1) 0.003 49.2 (22.5) 46.9 (21.8) 0.586
  1. JPCAT Japanese version of Primary Care Assessment Tool
  2. aMean (SD)
  3. bUsed responses from women aged 50–74 years
  4. cUsed responses from women aged 21–65 years
  5. d P value by t test