We regularly carry out or commission research which shapes our work and informs our campaigns.
Understanding the barriers for women not attending cervical screening and gaps in knowledge about cervical cancer and prevention is essential to our work.
An audit of activities undertaken by local authorities and clinical commissioning groups to increase cervical screening coverage in England. (2017)
'Cervical cancer stories' brings together the experiences of 35 women who have been diagnosed with cervical cancer in the last two years to show first-hand some of the issues women face when they are newly diagnosed.
- Further understanding of the perception of cervical screening among women over 50 - 2016
- Understanding perceptions of the cervical screening programme and HPV among 50-64 year olds - 2015
- Behind the Screen: the financial impact of cervical cancer on individuals, the NHS and state - 2014
- Knowledge of and barriers to cervical screening in the first invited cohort (25-29 year olds) and last (60-64 year olds) - 2013
- Cervical cancer symptoms awareness among women - 2012
- The differing understanding of cervical screening among white women and women from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community - 2011
- Impact of GP and employer flexibility on attendance of cervical screening - 2011
- Understanding perceptions of cervical screening among 50 to 70 year old women - 2011