Most women diagnosed with cervical cancer haven't had regular Pap tests - also known as Pap smears.
Pap tests. A little awkward for a lot of peace of mind.
Update your contact details
When you are overdue for a Pap test, the Pap test Registry will send you a reminder letter. To update your contact details, visit the Registry website or call 03 9250 0399.
Teaching assistants step out of classroom to end women's cancer
Three clinical teaching assistants from Melbourne are stepping up their commitment to cervical cancer prevention by taking part in the Weekend to End Women's Cancers this weekend. Read the media release.
Burmese and Chin women to learn about life-saving cancer
Newly arrived Burmese and Chin women living in Sunshine have the chance to learn about vital Pap tests and breast screenings. Read the media release.
Grants help women promote cancer screening
PapScreen Victoria and BreastScreen Victoria have awarded seven small grants to staff at community centres across the state. The funds will enable recipients to host cancer screening information sessions targeting women from culturally and linguistically diverse communities. One grant recipient, Simar Amad, is using her own cancer experience to raise awareness among women from Arabic-speaking backgrounds. Read Simar's story.
UPDATED Clinical practice guidelines for
nurses undertaking cervical screening in Victoria
The clinical practice guidelines have recently been updated and can now be downloaded. More information.
Update your clinic details
Please support us by providing or updating your clinic's details, to make sure every Victorian woman has accurate information about where they can access Pap tests. If you have any problems updating your details, or don't have your clinic ID code, please contact Harriet on 03 9514 6424 or firstname.lastname@example.org