Risk Information and Skin-cancer Education for Undergraduate Prevention

Risk Information and Skin-cancer Education for Undergraduate Prevention

Publication date: Jun 07, 2019

The purpose of this study will be to provide undergraduate students information about skin cancer risk and prevention. The study will last between 2-3 months. Everyone in the study will be asked to answer questionnaires and receive education about skin cancer risk factors and prevention. We will follow-up with participants by phone, text messages or e-mail in between study visits Participants will be randomly assigned to one of four groups, the group will be in is decided by chance. Participant will either be assigned to: – A group that gets advice about what causes skin cancer and how to prevent it – A group that gets this advice and provides a saliva sample to receive personalized skin cancer risk genetic testing results – A group that gets this advice and receives a personalized photo that shows existing skin damage – A group that gets this advice, receives genetic testing results, and receives a personalized photo.

Concepts Keywords
Arousal Consent
Enzymatic Preventive healthcare
Eye Tracking RTT
Facial Expression Melanoma
Genetic Cancer
Genetic Test Medicine
Genetic Testing Articles
Informed Consent Health
Long Wave Imagery
Mail Skin cancer
MC1R Sunburns
Melanoma Melanoma
Naked Eye
Neoplasms
Protected Computer
Protective Clothing
Protein
Questionnaire
RNA
Saliva
Skin Cancer
Spectrum
Sunburn
Sunscreen
Tanning
Utah
UV
UVA

Semantics

Type Source Name
disease MESH cancer
disease DOID cancer
disease MESH skin cancer
disease DOID skin cancer
disease MESH risk factors
gene UNIPROT NFKBIZ
gene UNIPROT MAGEE1
gene UNIPROT EHD1

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