Australia is on track to be the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer – this will only happen if we address the cervical screening equity gaps for those who are under or never screened, including people with an intellectual disability.
Presented by Professor Deborah Bateson, Medical Director at Family Planning NSW and Clinical Professor at The University of Sydney.
In this webinar we will cover:
>Cervical Screening changes effective from 1 July 2022: universal access to self-collection and what that means for you and your patients.
>How to support patients with an intellectual disability to participate in cervical screening and optimise their screening experience.
These sessions are for GPs, nurses and any other healthcare providers with an interest in cancer screening and there is no cost to participate.
There are 2 CPD points available for each webinar for RACGP members. Attendees in the live webinar are eligible for the points only.
All registered participants will be sent the webinar recording after the event.
If you have any queries, please contact: LiaisonTeam@acpcc.org.au
Facilitated by the Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer (ACPCC) with funding from the Victorian Department of Health and initiated with the cancer screening partners Cancer Council Victoria, BreastScreen Victoria and the Victorian Aboriginal Controlled Community Health Organisation.