Initiative Description: Training in skills-based breast self-exam (BSE) and testicular self-exam (TSE)

Study Results: Intervention students had greater BSE/TSE intentions and self-efficacy than control students. Intervention students were more likely than control students to report BSE.

Reference: Jones R.M., Wallace, I.J., Westerberg,A. Hoy, K.N, .Quillin, J.M., Danish, S.J. (2015) Getting youth to Check it Out!®: a new approach to teaching self-screening. American Journal of Health Behaviors 39(2), 197-20

Level of Evidence: 2 out of 5 stars Good