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RELEASED: National Cervical Screening Program 2016 Guidelines and online education modules

15 March 2017

The National Cervical Screening Program: Guidelines for the Management of Screen-Detected Abnormalities, Screening in Specific Populations and Investigation of Abnormal Vaginal Bleeding (2016 Guidelines) and online education modules, are now available for public viewing.
 
The 2016 Guidelines were developed as a reference to educate healthcare professionals, and to enable smooth transition to the renewed NCSP prior to implementation in December 2017.
 
The online education modules are based on the 2016 Guideline recommendations which have the biggest practice change implications for health professionals.  They are aimed at health professionals performing primary colposcopy, general practitioners, nurse pap providers, sexual health physicians and general gynaecologists
The 2016 Guidelines and online education modules can only be accessed online via Cancer Council Australia’s Wiki Platform.

 



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