Font Size: A A A

Recommended Cancer Screening for Cervical

11 November, 2021

Part of the 2020 Recommendations and Best Practices for Cancer Screenings Series, this session focuses on best practices for cervical cancer screening, including addressing barriers and increasing screening rates.

Presenter: Peter Lim, MD, FACOG, Medical Director, The Center of Hope

Provides 1.00 hour of CE/CME credit (Presented on Aug 24, 2020; November 1, 2020; Expires November 1, 2022)

Cost: $30

Learning Objectives

Following participation in this course, participants should be able to:

  • Clarify, describe and explain current screening recommendations
  • Identify best practices for ensuring eligible patients are informed, and receive appropriate screening
  • Address barriers to screening (COVID-19 impact as well)
  • Empower providers with resources to improve screening rates

You May Also Like

doctor preparing to perform a colonoscopy
Prevention, screening still keys to reducing cancer burden
  • breast cancer screening
  • CDC
  • cervical cancer screening
  • colon cancer screening
  • colonoscopy
  • early detection
  • mammogram
  • Pap test
  • prevention
Cancer experts Lisa Richardson, MD, MPH, director of the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control at the Centers for Disease Control and Preventi
Early Detection
Cancer Screening Checklist
  • breast cancer screening
  • cervical cancer screening
  • colon cancer screening
  • early detection
  • Provider Resources
NCC offers a 4" x 9" rack card with a checklist of cancer screenings and other health checks patients can use to remember what they'd like to addr
cervical cancer screening
USPSTF Releases Final Research Plan for Cervical Cancer Screening
  • cervical cancer screening
  • early detection
  • News
  • Pap test
The U.S.