Cervical cancer screening guideline
The management of screen-detected cervical abnormalities in asymptomatic women, and the care of women presenting with symptoms that may be due to cervical cancer or its precursors, involve health professionals across a broad spectrum of disciplines.
These guidelines have been developed to assist women and health professionals to achieve the best outcomes.
The target audience for these guidelines includes all health professionals involved in cervical screening and the clinical care of women presenting with symptoms.
It may also be of interest to policy makers and researchers.
This guideline is endorsed by the RACGP.
This guideline is published by the Cancer Council Australia.