Preliminary Registration Detail

Research Registry No : PLRID-00745_V1
Postgraduate Research : local
Name of University : University of Medicine (1), Yangon
Degree : Dr. Med. Sc (Reproductive Health)
University Departmental Research : Yes
Name of University : University of Medicine (1) Yangon
Department : Obstetrics and Gynecology Department
Registration Date : 2020-07-22
Principle Investigator : Myint Myint Aye
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Title of Research : Diagnostic Accuracy and Women's Acceptability of Self-collected Human Papilloma Virus DNA Test for Cervical Cancer Screening
Field of Research : Reproductive Health
Preliminary Research Design : Analytic Study
Preliminary Research Type : Applied
Preliminary Justification : The self-collected HPV-DNA test can be an acceptable alternative to facilitate the cervical screening of women who especially decline to participate in cervical screening programs due to various barriers; and can also be expected to increase the screening adherence.
Preliminary Aim : To study the diagnostic accuracy and women's acceptability of self-collected human papilloma virus DNA test for cervical cancer screening
Preliminary Objectives : 1) To determine the proportion of human papilloma virus positive women among study population (2) To determine the proportion of abnormal histopathological findings by using colposcopy directed biopsy among study population (2) To find out the sensitivity, specificity, predictive values and accuracy of self-collected HPV-DNA test in primary cervical cancer screening (3) To explore women's acceptability of self-collected HPV-DNA test among study population
Preliminary Sample Size : 106
Preliminary Study Duration : one and a half year
Preliminary Study Area : Magway Teaching Hospital, Department of Pathology of Central Women's Hospital, Yangon
Preliminary Study Method : cross sectional analytic study by using mixed method of data collection, both quantitative and qualitative method.
Preliminary Research Outcome : Self-collected HPV-DNA test is accurate for the detection of precancerous lesion of cervix and it is acceptable by women as a primary cervical cancer screening.
Preliminary Research Finding : not yet
Preliminary Progress Report : not yet
Study Starting Date : 2020-06-01
IRB/PRC/ERC Approval Date : 2020-04-02
Placement of IRB/PRC/ERC : University of Medicine (!) Yangon
IRB/PRC/ERC Approval Letter/Document : 22072020083150RECapproval.pdf
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