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Table 1 Attributes and modalities included in scenarios according to qualitative interviews and literature

From: Social inequalities in cervical cancer screening: a discrete choice experiment among French general practitioners and gynaecologists

Population of women targeted Stakeholders in screening itself UCC screening technique(s) Inducement to women to undergo screening Inducement to general practitioners
All women a Current stakeholders a Pap smear a Current incentives for screening a No change in remuneration or logistic support a
Unscreened women Current stakeholders and state-registered nurses Choice between Pap smear or self-collected oncogenic papillomavirus testing Mailed invitation without involving attending physician Increasing fee for performing Pap smear
Women from areas with low rates of screening Current stakeholders and radiologists during mammography Self-collected oncogenic papillomavirus testing Mailed invitation involving attending physician Increasing fee for performance concerning UCC screening
Women receiving free supplementary universal health coverage Current stakeholders and state-registered nurses and radiologists during mammography   Mailing of screening prescription Communication of lists of unscreened women to practitioner
Women over 50 years old    Delivery of screening prescription by occupational physicians Fixed fee for time spent on screening
Women from deprived areas    Delivery of screening prescription by student health services Remuneration of consultations dedicated to uterine cervical cancer screening
  1. a This first ‘neutral’ modality reflected UCC (Uterine Cervical Cancer) screening opportunistic program status of French women between 25 and 65 years old