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Our Research

Through our research we aim to explore gaps in knowledge about cervical cancer and prevention that exist. We also aim work with women affected by cervical cancer and abnormalities to understand the issues faced by women during diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
 

2018

Research: Three quarters of sexual violence survivors feel unable to go for potentially life-saving test

Report: Barriers to cervical screening amongst South East Asian women aged 25-64 in North Manchester 

Research: Awareness and understanding of HPV among women

Report: Computer says “no” - the growing issue of access to cervical screening across the UK, the problems and how they can be overcome.

Report: Cervical screening in the spotlight 2018 - a second audit of the activities by local authorities and CCGs to increase screening attendance.

2017

Informing our new plan to 2022, we modelled cervical cancer to 2040 based on changes to the screening and vaccination programmes, as well as variations in uptake.
 
This report aims to better understand the profound impact of living beyond a cervical cancer diagnosis by identifying the challenges faced by women, in addition to gaps in provision of care and support delivered.
 
This report summarises responses Freedom of Information requests issued to local authorities and clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) about their activities to increase cervical screening coverage in England. The full report features case studies of CCGs and local authorities utilising the resources available to them and working in innovative ways to increase attendance. Read the full report
 
 

2016 

'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. Read the full report 
 
 

2015

 

2014

This report looks in detail at the financial impact of cervical cancer, not just on individuals but also on the NHS and state more widely across all four UK countries. It explores the impact increased or falling screening coverage. Read the full report

 

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2011

 
Date last updated: 
25 Sep 2018