Educational Resources: New & Notable

Natural History of HPV infection and triggers of cervical carcinogenesis

This talk by Barbara Mosicky from California provides a really interesting look at the current knowledge of how cancers develop as well as factors which make women more vulnerable to experiencing a transforming infection.

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Founders medal recipient -  Dr Sankaranarayanan : can we eliminate cervical cancer/

Dr Sankaranarayanan explores the issues around preventing cancer in the developing world in this inspirational state of the art talk.

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Do bugs cause cancer?

This is a really interesting talk - Anita Mitra questions the belief that Lactobacilli are protective - not all are - and explores the Microbiome and persistence of HPV

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A look at the new NHSCSP 20 document and reflections on QA

Professor John Tidy summarises the main changes in the recently published update to the document NHSCSP20

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NHSCSP PUBLICATION NO.20 THIRD EDITION MARCH 2016

NHSCSP Document 20 3rd Edition 2016

Editor: Elaine.Radford@bwhct.nhs.uk
Category: New & Notable, Recommended reading, Useful publications, Downloadable documents
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HPV detection in the absence of disease

In this lecture John Doorbar provides guidance on the significance of HPV which is detected in the absence of disease

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Haptics - What is it and how can it help training?

Shall Ahmed provides a facinating look at the brave new world of haptic training tools

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HPV and molecular markers - practical applications for cytologists and histopathologists

Christine Bergeron examines the potential real life application of new markers for cytopathologists and histopathologists

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HPV testing in cervical screening programmes

Marc Arbyn reviews the story so far regarding HPV testing in cervical screening programmes

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Colposcopy case studies

Useful presentation on the principles of colposcopy

Editor: debbie.lewis@bwhct.nhs.uk
Category: New & Notable, BSCCP Lectures, Basic Course
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