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Jo's free resources to help you support and inform your patients

Colposcopy nurse supporting a female patientJo’s Cervical Cancer Trust offers a variety of services designed to help support all women who need it, from those who are worried about cervical screening all the way through to those facing a terminal diagnosis.

The below services are available to all women no matter their situation. Signposting the women you engage with to them may help them to feel better supported or calmer. Equally these services can help to support you with your busy workload. 


Our freephone Helpline offers women support and information from volunteers who have had personal or professional experience of cervical cancer or cervical abnormalities, and have had training in telephone helpline skills. The vast majority of the calls we receive on the Helpline are about HPV and cervical screening. This shows that women being dealt with in colposcopy are often in need of support, reassurance and information, and signposting them to our services could be very beneficial for them.

Online forum

Our moderated forum provides a safe space for women, their partners, friends and families to come together to share experiences, get advice, and seek and provide support to each other. We have forum discussion groups on many different topics around cervical screening, HPV and abnormalities, which may be relevant to the women you interact with.

Ask the Expert

Our Ask The Expert service allows women to ask specific questions related to all aspects of HPV, vaccination, cervical screening and abnormalities. Questions are answered by our volunteer medical panellists, who are qualified experts that have the skills to answer the questions asked by our users. The service is completely confidential.

Our materials

Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust selection of materials Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust produces a wide variety of information materials and resources both in print and online.

Printed materials

  • Posters to put up in your clinic that publicise our free Helpline to women who need further support regarding cervical screening and cell changes, as well as raising awareness of the symptoms of cervical cancer and highlighting our support services available to women diagnosed with cervical cancer. 
  • Credit card sized mini factsheets that you can give out to women, which give a brief overview of topics like HPV and cervical screening.

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Online materials

LLETZ procedure We have downloadable 'booklets' that you can send to your patients digitally or print for them:

  • A5 download-only booklets. These cover the details of topics relevant to the women you engage with, such as HPV, LLETZ and cervical screening

We also have a large amount of information on our website for any women who would like more information on all aspects of HPV, vaccination, cervical screening, cell changes or cervical cancer.

  • The cervix: a section explaining the location, function and physiology of the cervix.
  • Cervical ectropion: a section describing the normal variation of the cervix that is know as cervical ectropion (cervical erosion).
  • HPV: covers HPV, its transmission, its link to cervical cancer, the test for it and frequently asked questions about it. 
  • HPV vaccination: HPV vaccination, the vaccines used, the NHS programme, side effects and frequently asked questions about it.
  • Cervical screening: cervical screening in the UK, what happens to women under 25, the procedure itself, HPV primary screening, receiving the results and frequently asked questions about it, as well as information for older women and women with learning disabilities.
  • Colposcopy: explains what to expect before, during and after colposcopy.
  • Cell changes (abnormal cells): explains what cell changes are and how they may be monitored or treated. 

Our videos

Over the years we have produced a number of video resources covering many topics that may be relevant to the women you engage with, including:

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