Researchers from the University of Melbourne and The Daffodil Centre are seeking responses from clinical and non-clinical healthcare workers involved in the provision of cervical screening.
Your response will help inform the development of strategies, tools, and resources to support the implementation of self-collection into clinical practice, to ensure equitable access and increased participation in the NCSP. It doesn’t matter whether you have previous experience offering self-collection for cervical screening.
Complete the survey for the opportunity to enter a draw for one of four $200 vouchers for Red Balloon!
To find out more and complete the survey, click here before 28 February 2023 or copy and paste this URL https://melbourneuni.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_cU78cS1OJF9zbyS into your browser.
University of Melbourne HREC: 2022-24454-33001-1
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