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Cervical screening resources

SA Cervix Screening Program provides a number of resources to support Pap smear providers. To order any of the following, download our Resource Order Form (PDF 34KB) and fax or mail your order form to:

Postal address: Purchase Point Australia, 10 Aristotle Close, Golden Grove, SA 5125
Email: healthpromotion@purchasepoint.com.au 
Fax: (08) 8234 0988

Resources


Pamphlets 

Pap smears: What every woman needs to know

Pap smears: What every woman needs to know (PDF 655KB) provides clear information about Pap smears, the link between HPV and cervical cancer and the cervix screening register

Pap smears, what everyone should know brochure

What does an abnormal Pap smear mean?

What does an abnormal Pap smear mean? (PDF 4060KB) provides information about the different types of abnormal Pap smear results and treatment pathways.

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HPV testing: After treatment of a high-grade abnormality

HPV testing: After treatment of a high-grade abnormality (PDF 6217KB) provides information regarding HPV tests following treatment for a high-grade abnormality.

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Early detection is the best protection

Early detection is the best protection pamphlet promotes the benefits of two yearly Pap smears. Discusses commonly asked questions and identifies some of the barriers women experience in having Pap smears.

Early detection resource image 128 KB PDF 

Do lesbians need Pap smears?

Do lesbians need Pap smears? (PDF 650KB) contains information about Pap smears, the role of human papillomavirus (HPV) in cervical cancer, how lesbians can contract HPV and the importance of two yearly Pap smears

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The link between cervical cancer and HPV

Also available in large print, braille and audio CD

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Fact sheets and frequently asked questions 

Hysterectomy fact sheet for health professionals (PDF 74KB)

Hysterectomy fact sheet for women (PDF 53KB)

Colposcopy frequently asked questions

Laminated A4 guide to improve cervical screening rates

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Booklets 

Pap Smears – what they are and why women should have them

Pap Smears – what they are and why women should have them (PDF 1.15MB) is an illustrated health education guide for women who may have little or no experience in Pap smears: including young women, women with intellectual or learning disabilities and women who learn best through visual story telling.

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An abnormal Pap smear result: What this means for you

Also available in large print, braille and audio CD

An abnormal Pap smear result: What this means for you is a quick guide to understanding abnormal Pap smear results, the Human papillomavirus (HPV) and questions to ask your health care provider.

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Women with disabilities need Pap smears too!

Women with disabilities need Pap smears too! (PDF 68KB) is an A5 booklet containing information about Pap smears for women with disabilities. Offers hints on questions to ask when making an appointment, choosing a clinic, and location of clinics

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Overview of metropolitan services for women with disabilities

Overview of metropolitan services for women with disabilities (PDF 294KB) lists locations in metropolitan Adelaide that offer Pap smear services with adjustable beds, lifts/hoists, wheelchair access, sign interpreter, and disabled parking

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Posters, bookmarks and reminder cards 

Poster and stickers

It’s Pap Time! Posters and stickers. Available as either an A4 poster or A5 adhesive sticker

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Bookmark

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Reminder cards

Post cards

Skipped my gym class and got a Pap insteadI&aposd love to come to your Home Shopping Party but I&aposve booka a Pap insteadSo excited for my Pap!....said no woman ever.

Blue Steel is my Pap faceI&aposm allowed to eat cake batter. I had a Pap today.

Wall cards

SA Cervix Screening Registry of Follow-up and Reminder Protocol Wall Card (PDF 57KB) describes the follow up protocol based upon the management of asymptomatic women with screen detected abnormalities.

The wall card for GP clinics (PDF 47KB) explains that all Pap smear tests are routinely sent to the SA Cervix Screening Registry.

The wall card for specialists (PDF 47KB) explains that all Pap smear tests, including biopsies, are routinely forwarded to the SA Cervix Screening Registry.

Laminated A4 cervix sampling card

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Languages other than English 

When did you last have a Pap smear?

Information about the importance of Pap smears every two years. This booklet is available through the National Cervical Screening Program.

Available languages:

Arabic, Bosnian, Cambodian (Khmer), Chinese simple, Chinese Traditional, Croation, Dari, Dinka, Farsi (Persian), French, Greek, Hindu, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Malaysian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Tagalog, Turkish, Vietnamese

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Have a Pap smear every 2 years

A pamphlet that provides clear information about the importance of Pap smears every two years.

Available languages:

Burmese (PDF 832KB), Burmese Hakha Chin, Dari (PDF 138KB), Dinka (PDF 142KB), Kirundi (PDF 148KB), Nepali (PDF 821KB), Punjabi, Singalese, Somali (PDF 153KB), Swahili (PDF 157KB), Tamil.

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It’s Pap time A4 poster

Available languages:

Arabic, Cambodian (Khmer), Chinese, Dari, Hindi, Farzi, English and Vietnamese

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Newsletters 

For a copy of the Pap News, please contact SA Cervix Screening Program.

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