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Publications and resources about cervical screening

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CAN309
Thumbnail image of resource Information pack
Information packThe pack includes:
Understanding the National Cervical Screening Program Management Pathway
Pathology test reference sheet
A quick reference guide (Clinician-collected)
Poster - The Pap test has changed
The Pap test has changed Brochure
A guide to understanding your Cervical Screening Test results
 
CAN174
Thumbnail image of resource Understanding the National Cervical Screening Program Management Pathway
Understanding the National Cervical Screening Program Management Pathway26pg booklet for Healthcare providers on Understanding the Management Pathway for the National Cervical Screening Program
 
CAN172
Thumbnail image of resource A3 GP Waiting room Poster
A3 GP Waiting room PosterA3 Poster (Hard Copy Only)
 
CAN311
Thumbnail image of resource A4 size GP Waiting Room Poster
A4 size GP Waiting Room PosterA4 size poster (Hard Copy Only)
 
CAN175
Thumbnail image of resource The Pap test has changed: More Accurate. Less Often.
The Pap test has changed: More Accurate. Less Often.DL Brochure
 
CAN179
Thumbnail image of resource Quick Reference Guide - Clinician Collect
Quick Reference Guide - Clinician Collect1pp A4 Factsheet
 
CAN180
Thumbnail image of resource Quick Reference Guide – Self Collected
Quick Reference Guide – Self Collected

4pp A4 Factsheet

Self-collection of vaginal samples for human papillomavirus (HPV) is now available under the renewed National Cervical Screening Program. The service, however, is yet to be available across all pathology laboratories. The provision of self-collection services requires the laboratory and platform testing processes and equipment to attain the various accreditation requirements, including those of TGA and NATA. The Department of Health advise healthcare providers to check with their pathology laboratory on availability of the service, before offering self-collection as an option to their patients.


 
CAN181
Thumbnail image of resource Pathology Test Guide for Cervical and Vaginal Testing
Pathology Test Guide for Cervical and Vaginal Testing1pp A3 Poster (folded to A4)
 
CAN176
Thumbnail image of resource Self Collection (and the Cervical Screening Test) Factsheet
Self Collection (and the Cervical Screening Test) Factsheet

1pp A4 Factsheet

Self-collection of vaginal samples for human papillomavirus (HPV) is now available under the renewed National Cervical Screening Program. The service, however, is yet to be available across all pathology laboratories. The provision of self-collection services requires the laboratory and platform testing processes and equipment to attain the various accreditation requirements, including those of TGA and NATA. The Department of Health advise healthcare providers to check with their pathology laboratory on availability of the service, before offering self-collection as an option to their patients.


 
CAN177
Thumbnail image of resource Instruction Guide for Self-collect (How to take your own sample for a HPV Test)
Instruction Guide for Self-collect (How to take your own sample for a HPV Test)

A4 Factsheet

Self-collection of vaginal samples for human papillomavirus (HPV) is now available under the renewed National Cervical Screening Program. The service, however, is yet to be available across all pathology laboratories. The provision of self-collection services requires the laboratory and platform testing processes and equipment to attain the various accreditation requirements, including those of TGA and NATA. The Department of Health advise healthcare providers to check with their pathology laboratory on availability of the service, before offering self-collection as an option to their patients.


 
CAN312
Thumbnail image of resource Instruction Guide for Self-collect (How to take your own sample for a HPV Test) Resource Pad
Instruction Guide for Self-collect (How to take your own sample for a HPV Test) Resource Pad

Pad of 25 forms

A4 Factsheet

Self-collection of vaginal samples for human papillomavirus (HPV) is now available under the renewed National Cervical Screening Program. The service, however, is yet to be available across all pathology laboratories. The provision of self-collection services requires the laboratory and platform testing processes and equipment to attain the various accreditation requirements, including those of TGA and NATA. The Department of Health advise healthcare providers to check with their pathology laboratory on availability of the service, before offering self-collection as an option to their patients.


 
CAN173
Thumbnail image of resource A Guide To Understanding Your Cervical Screening Test Results
A Guide To Understanding Your Cervical Screening Test Results12 page booklet
 
CAN182
Thumbnail image of resource NCSP Promo Flyer - Enrol in online modules (A new approach to the Cervical Screening Test)
NCSP Promo Flyer - Enrol in online modules (A new approach to the Cervical Screening Test)2pp Dl Flyer (Hard Copy Only)
 
FROM1 December Changes
Thumbnail image of resource  Changes to the National Cervical Screening Program for Healthcare providers Factsheet - From 1 December
Changes to the National Cervical Screening Program for Healthcare providers Factsheet - From 1 December A 4pp Factsheet for Healthcare providers - From 1 December
ONLY AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC VERSION
B5 Booklet - Large Print Version
Thumbnail image of resource A Guide to Understanding Your Cervical Screening Test Results
A Guide to Understanding Your Cervical Screening Test ResultsB5 Booklet - Large Print Version
ONLY AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC VERSION
DL Brochure - Large Print Version
Thumbnail image of resource The Pap test has changed - More Accurate. Less Often brochure - Large Print version
The Pap test has changed - More Accurate. Less Often brochure - Large Print versionDL Brochure - Large Print version
ONLY AVAILABLE IN ELECTRONIC VERSION