Taking cervical screening tests falls largely to GPs and their practice staff. This major change to the national screening program has an impact on the discussions that clinicians need to have prior to a test being collected, and expands the opportunity to offer screening to those who have not participated fully in the screening program.
Self-collection of Cervical Screening Tests E-Learning Module will assist clinicians to discuss self-collection of cervical screening tests with their patients.
- Discuss who is eligible for self collection of cervical screening tests, and who is not
- Explain how to take a self-collected cervical screening test
- Explain the management of abnormal self-collected cervical screening test results
- Outline the advantages and disadvantages of self-collected cervical screening tests
- Identify possible barriers for individuals to having regular cervical screening, and how these may be overcome.
ACRRM activity number: 28817
Free -E-Learning module has been sponsored by the WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program
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