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Posted by Adriana MacNaughton, Public Health Coordinator, 12:00 pm
Adriana MacNaughton is the London Public Health Coordinator at Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. In this blog, she talks about barriers to cervical screening and how education helps patients to make informed decisions.
Posted by Bridgette Love, Practice Nurse, 10:00 am
Bridgette Love has been a practice nurse for 24 years and is passionate about offering the best possible experience to her patients. In this blog, she explains the benefits of offering an alternative cervical screening position and shares the...Read more
Posted by Jenny Greenfield, Specialist Practitioner in Women's Health, 11:00 am
If you have a tilted cervix, cervical screening can sometimes be more uncomfortable for you. This might make you feel anxious or nervous before your next appointment.
Posted by Adriana MacNaughton, Public Health Coordinator, 5:15 pm
We know many people find cervical screening a difficult test, and COVID-19 has made it more challenging for some. We have developed some tips to help you communicate with and support your patients through cervical screening at the moment.
Posted by Laura Flaherty, 9:30 am
Laura had cervical cancer in 2016, when she was 29. She had a hysterectomy to remove the cancer.
Posted by Robert Music, Chief Executive, 9:15 am
Accessing cervical screening can be difficult for many people. This can be exacerbated for trans men and/or non-binary people with a cervix who face many barriers to accessing routine cervical screening, as well as discrimination because of their...Read more
Posted by Kate Sanger, Head of Communications & Public Affairs, 4:45 pm
To further our work in understanding the impact of COVID-19 on cervical screening, we conducted an online survey of 2,000 women aged 25-64 living in England and spoke to an additional 22 through one to one interviews and focus groups. Carried out...Read more
Posted by Jo's Voices members and Forum users, 1:45 pm
Treatment for cervical cancer depends on lots of things including the stage of the cancer, potential side effects, and the general health and preferences of the person affected. Going through treatment can be really difficult.
Posted by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust team, 9:00 am
Everyone's experience of cervical screening (smear tests) is different and the Jo's team are no exception! We spend our working days talking about smear tests, creating information, sharing the facts and supporting people with concerns. However,...Read more
Posted by Rebecca Shoosmith, Head of Support Services, 4:30 pm
If you’ve been invited for cervical screening (a smear test) but can’t get an appointment, you’re probably wondering what’s going on.