WEBSITE LINKSMental Capacity Act 2005Jo' Cervical Cancer TrustHealth Promotion / Public Health LibraryCervical Sample Taker Database (CSTD)E Learning
You will need to register if you have not previously used this site. Please contact us if you need more information.App for young people about FGMFGM e learning moduleGMC websiteColposcopy leaflet for women with learning disabilitiesHelp guidance on Open Exeter applicationsTransgender Individuals
This is a useful link on screening for trans individuals – See Section 3 for Cervical Screening informationNHS Digital - Coverage DashboardInformation for Lesbian & Bisexual Women
PUBLICATIONS - Available from GOV.UK website
Do you know where to find cancer screening web content now?
Online information about cancer screening for health professionals has been transitioned to the Gov.UK website
The NHS Cancer Screening Programmes website has now been taken out of service. The site has been archived in its entirety, and can now be found on the national archives. All cancer screening programme content for health professionals now sits on GOV.UK. There is a homepage listing all population screening programmes, from which you can select breast, cervical, or bowel cancer screening. For each programme, documents for professionals are listed under appropriate subheadings so you can search by area of interest. You can also use the website search function to look for specific documents. Any bookmarks you have to the old cancer screening website should now automatically redirect you to GOV.UK. Bear in mind that external links, forms and search functions on the archive site will no longer work.
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SUPPORT FOR WOMEN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIESCERVICAL SCREENING SUPPORT PACKS FOR WOMEN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
- Cervical screening support pack Newcastle
- Cervical screening support pack North Tyneside
- Cervical screening support pack Northumberland
- Cervical screening support pack South Tees
- Cervical screening support pack North Tees
- Cervical screening support pack South Tyneside
- Cervical screening support pack Sunderland
- Cervical screening support pack Gateshead
- Cervical screening support pack Durham
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cervical-screening-supporting-women-with-learning-disabilitiesFOR WOMEN ATTENDING COLPOSCOPYJO'S TRUST
Jo’s Trust DVD ‘The Smear Test Film’
CERVICAL SAMPLE ACCEPTANCE GUIDANCE
GUIDANCE FOR GOOD PRACTICE - 5TH EDITION
PATIENT INFORMATIONLesbian LeafletInformation for women with learning disabilitiesExample of 3rd letterExample of letter to give to women
HMR101 Form - RVIHMR101 Form
THE CERVIX VISUAL ASSESSMENT GUIDE
HPV PRIMARY SCREENINGHPV Primary FlowchartHPV Primary Screening PresentationHPV eLearning Link
You will need to register if you have not previously used this site. Please contact us if you need more information.Example of letter to give to women - 2019Primary High rick HPV Conversion - North TynesidePUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND
Public Health England are pleased to advise of the launch of new invitation and reminder letters in the NHS Cervical Screening Programme to support the implementation of the HPV primary screening pathway.
PHE have created the letters with a multi-disciplinary group including programme experts, academics, Jo’s Trust, Cancer Research UK and clinicians. They have also tested them with women in a number of focus groups.
The letters have taken account of the HPV pilot psychological evaluation study outcomes. We believe the new suite of letters and leaflets provide the information needed for women to make an informed choice regarding screening and improve understanding of results.
PHE have published 2 new leaflets to complement the letters for those who are:
See the recent PHE Screening blog article for more information.