Interview invitation for cervical screening research

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Supporting Choice for Cervical Screening is a national project which 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. 

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.

Participants can 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. 

Complete Expression of Interest form

For enquiries, please contact the Supporting Choice team: