Providing High-Quality, Sustainable Cervical Cancer Prevention Services
Making services accessible to women and ensuring quality of care are among the most important features of cervical cancer prevention service delivery.
To be successful, cervical cancer prevention services must be acceptable and accessible to women, while also being cost-effective and sustainable. Even with a perfect screening test, no program is successful if women do not come for screening, if quality of care is poor, or if effective information systems are not in place to allow adequate follow-up care.
These are but a few of the aspects of cervical cancer prevention service delivery that the ACCP has explored. The Alliance has conducted extensive research into effective service delivery strategies and the resources below highlight its findings.
Highlighted ACCP Service Delivery Materials
For use in your own programmatic work—for instance, training health care providers on topics such as service delivery, training, clinicians’ frequently asked questions, VIA, and treatment.
HPV Testing: Promise and Challenges
A fact sheet exploring HPV testing as a method for cervical cancer screening.
See all the ACCP fact sheets which provide summaries of research on key issues such as women's frequently asked questions, treatment, and screening approaches, including cytology and visual screening methods.
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