Cervical screening aims to prevent cervical cancer through the detection and treatment of precancerous abnormalities. Some women will develop cancer and the aim is to detect this at as early a stage as possible. In recent years there haas been a focus on more conservative management and the question of how to follow up these women is of interest. This audit looks at the current practice among BSCCP members.
The audit questionnaire has been sent to all UK Lead Colposcopists in July 2010 and the findings were presented at the BSCCP Annual Scientific Meeting in Liverpool in 2011