Supporting Choice for Cervical Screening is a national project that aims to generate evidence about how the choice for self-collection can be implemented in different services and settings, to ensure equitable access and increased participation for people who currently experience barriers to cervical screening. This includes people from rural and remote areas.
The project is co-led by the University of Melbourne and the Daffodil Centre, a joint venture between Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney.
Healthcare professionals (clinical and non-clinical) are invited to take part in an interview as an individual (up to 60 minutes) or as part of a group with colleagues (up to 1.5 hours). The interview will be held online via Zoom or Teams.
For enquiries, contact the Supporting Choice team: [email protected]