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Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the NHS and our charity, we are not holding our Cervical Screening Awards in 2021. However, we will be open for applications in 2022. We hope you understand and thank you for your continued support.
The Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Cervical Screening Awards identify and reward the UK's best local cervical screening campaigns and provide opportunities to share best practice with other health professionals, community groups and organisations.
In 2019 we introduced new categories to recognise the different ways your campaigns and projects raise awareness and help improve knowledge of cervical screening.
This new award is for a project or campaign which aims to address and/or reduce health inequalities in under-represented, diverse and marginalised groups/communities, or promote inclusivity.
This new award is for a project or campaign which effectively engages with populations in a new or original way. This could also include innovative use of technology, or partnership work.
This new award is for a project or campaign in which the views and perspectives of its intended recipients/audience fed into its development. User engagement should have taken place at two or more stages of project/campaign development which includes; scope, design and content, implementation and evaluation.
This new award is for a project or campaign in which its proposed recipients/audience, actively worked in collaboration with the lead organisation to co-design, produce and/or deliver the intervention.
Special award for anyone; community group, GP surgery, CCG team or individual etc. who has gone above and beyond to address low cervical screening uptake within their community.
This category can also be used for any project which doesn’t fit within categories A-D.
How many categories can I enter? How many finalists can there be for each award? Can you nominate someone anonymously?
Find out all of this and more in our FAQs.
Looking for inspiraton? Read about the campaigns run by our previous winners by downloading our resource which includes tips on best practice.
You may also want to read visit our information and tips for increasing cervical screening attendance in your area.