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WA Cervical cancer prevention program



WA Cervical cancer prevention program aims to investigate General Practitioner's (GP's) views on human papillomavirus vaccines, knowledge of the current cervical screening policy and management pathways and participation in the Practice incentive program (cervical screening). In October 2013, the program disseminated a survey to all GP's that have provided cervical screening services in the past 12 months. This information will be used to increase cervical screening services and improve women's well-being. 

Abstract adapted from Western Australia Department of Health


Level 2, Eastpoint Plaza
233 Adelaide Terrace
Perth WA 6000
Ph: 13 15 56 (local call cost)
Fax: (08) 9323 6711

Related publications

Well women equal strong women (2002)

WA Cervical Cancer Prevention Program

This pamphlet, produced by the Western Australian Department of Health in 2001, is designed specifically for Indigenous women. It explains the importance of pap smear testing; provides a list of professionals who can conduct tests; and is embellished with the Aboriginal colours and the artwork of an Aboriginal artist.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract


Last updated: 13 June 2016
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