Inequalities has linked with participation of
colorectal cancer (P-CRC) screening. However, the
methods (Mets) to approach the people to come are up to
date/unclear to effect of the P-CRC screening rate.
Objectives: This study aims to determine socio-economic
inequalities in P-CRC screening in the world. Methods:
The search was conducted based on PRISMA-E 2015
criteria from the periods of 2008 and 2018. Data
extraction and qualities assessment have reviewed by two
experts. Results: Of six studies by socio-economic
inequalities in the P-CRC screening from the study
indicated that higher P-CRC screening rates have been
found in females than males. In addition, the Mets to
approach the people to come were reduced inequities
difference to increasing the P-CRC screening rate.
However, differences age, gender, income, accesses to
health care have affected the P-CRC screening used to the
populations across groups, and individuals/both.
Conclusions and Discussions: The socio-economies risk
factors were the main key points to join the P-CRC
screening separating according to disparities areas.
Keywords : Socio-Economic, Inequalities, Disparities, Inequities, Colorectal Cancer Screening, Participation