The E-learning module HPV Cervical Screening is intended primarily for doctors and nurses who take cervical screening tests. The aim of this module is to increase sampletakers knowledge of the changes to screening strategies in Cervical Check.

On completion of the module there should have an awareness and understanding of:

·         The rationale for change to HPV cervical screening

·         The impact of the changes in practice

·         The key messages to keep women informed and engaged

·         The resources available to the sampletakers  to help manage the changes

Within the module there are instructional videos that demonstrate best practice in HPV cervical screening. There are also links to all relevant HPV cervical screening resources and documentation in one, easy-to-access place at the end of the course. When the module is completed the person must click on EXIT button once they do this we can log they have completed the module. This course has been granted 1 point for NMBI/CEUs.












 
 

The aim of this programme is to provide instruction and information on how CervicalCheck works in practice and the role that Primary Care have in the prevention of cervical cancer.

It provides informational video segments that demonstrate best practice in cervical screening including counselling women, performing the screening test, and recordkeeping.  This knowledge will equip the learner to help and support CervicalCheck achieve their goal of reducing the incidence of and the mortality from cervical cancer.

You can find direct links to all relevant CervicalCheck resources and documentation in one, easy-to-access place at the end of the programme.

Accreditation: NMBI 1.5 CEUs, ICGP 1.5 CPD Credits & 0.5 GMS Credits



Welcome to Cervix Visual Assessment Guide and Recognizing the Suspicious Cervix course.

Colposcopy services have reported an increase in the referral rate based on "Suspicious Cervix".

Inappropriate colposcopy referrals lead to overload of the colposcopy service, extended appointment waiting times and distress to those being referred.

Smeartakers should be familiar with the appearance of normal anomalies. After clearly visualising the cervix, an assessment as to whether a cause for concern can be made.

This course will help you to differentiate between normal anomalies and suspicious cervix.

The aim of this course is to give health professionals the knowledge, skills and confidence to practice as competent and safe sampletakers.

The course provides essential knowledge about cervical screening and how it is organised in primary care.  This knowledge will equip the learner to help and support CervicalCheck achieve their goal of reducing the incidence of and the mortality from cervical cancer.