Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines and Resources
The Screening Program for Cervical Cancer is a program of the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency dedicated to the prevention of cervical cancer. Approximately 90,000 people are having Pap tests in Saskatchewan. The screening program sends Pap test results to residents, along with reminders when they are due for another test.
New Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
As of Monday, November 6, the updated Cervical Cancer Screening Clinical Practice Guidelines in Saskatchewan will have gone into effect. Clinics across the province were mailed a package in the first weeks of August 2023.
To review the materials in the package, download the Checklist for the 2023 Cervical Guidelines.
Health-care provider resources are available to order for the clinic here.
2023 Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines
Start here: Checklist for the 2023 Cervical Guidelines
2023 Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines (In effect Monday, November 6, 2023)
Education And Events
The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and the Division of Continuing Medical Education, College of Medicine collaborated to provide a learning opportunity for practitioners.
Continuous Intake Course Cost: FREE
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Liquid-Based Cytology Resources
> ThinPrep Liquid Based Cytology Pap Test Collection Training Video (opens in YouTube)