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This finding was not confirmed when analyzing the GYNs' scores alone (p = 0.49), but was shown to be significant for the GPs alone (p = 0.05).
GYNs' knowledge was evaluated as good and sufficient 5.2 times more than that of GPs' (RR = 5.264; p < 0.001).
For this reason, the study design and implementation involved GYNs and GPs in the target group.
After completing the questionnaire, GPs had the opportunity to examine various Latvian materials and regulations on the program and cervical cancer prevention that were not available to GYNs.
As a secondary-level professional, GYNs mostly practice in cities instead of rural areas.