Educational Resources: New & Notable

Prophylactic HPV vaccination in women with previous cervical disease

This talk by Maria Kyrgiou examines the controversial question of whether it is of value to vaccinate women who have been treated for CIN

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Worldwide initiatives for the prevention. of cervical cancer

Dr Partha Basu from the International Agency for Research on Cancer provides an update on the global prevention of cervical cancer

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Regulation of cervical metaplasia and the particular vulnerability of the cervical TZ to HPV driven

In this talk John Doorbar explores the vulnerability of organs such as the cervix for HPV driven neoplasia.

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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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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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