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Cervical screening saves lives, but it isn't always easy. For those who work, getting a convenient appointment can be an additional challenge.
Our research shows 38% of women and other people with a cervix were unable to get a convenient appointment last time they tried to book, and 1 in 5 haven’t been able to get an appointment at all!*
You can help make it easier for your staff by joining our workplace campaign. It's simple to sign up and can make a real difference.
Help raise awareness of cervical screening and cervical cancer in your workplace and support the women in your team to look after their cervical health. By showing your committment, you will be helping create an environment where your staff feel able to raise topics such as cervical screening and health appointments, and ensuring they can attend this potentially life-saving test.
The pandemic has changed working practices for many, so now is the perfect opportunity to introduce Time to Test.
Whether you work in an office, the NHS, a factory, a shop, or at home – flexibility to attend healthcare appointments and making Time to Test is as important as ever.
Use our template email to send to your HR team, your internal comms team, your line manager or whoever is best for you to contact. The letter tells them why Time to Test is so important and asks them to join in. You can also add your own text, once you have copied and pasted it to an email, if you have a personal reason for wanting to support. It's a Google Doc so you can easily copy and paste!
Here are a few of the companies who have already signed up and commited to the campaign: