Educational Resources: What do women think?

Support Services for your patients

This talk by Marianne Wood, who volunteers for Jos Trust,

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A patients story

A young woman shares her story in this videocast at the BSCCP

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Raising awareness about the need for cervical screening among gay and lesbian women

Sian Lambert updates us on this campaign and highlights issues regarding communication for this group of women.

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One woman’s experience of colposcopy and treatment

Vicky Blight Pitt gives an engaging account of her experience of colposcopy and treatment.

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Reducing the risk of cervical cancer through education and screening at a sexual health service

This sexual health service on the Isle of Wight addressed the problem of coverage by education and facilitation of opportunistic screening

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Why do women not attend? a cervical cancer patient’s perspective

Samantha Kemp gives a really clear and useful account of her own experience of cervical cancer

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Identifying barriers to screening attendance

Robert Music, chief executive of Jo's Trust give us an insight into research on why women do do attend for screening.

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Cancer knowledge and understanding among black women

This study looks at the knowledge and attitudes towards cancer risk and screening and finds some interesting variation between ethnic groups of women in South London

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HPV vaccine won’t make you a harlot - behavioral science and cervical cancer control

Jo Waller explains the importance of understanding the reasons for compliance with health care programmes aimed at preventing cervical cancer

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