Cancer screening promotion and education materials for health care providers and patients are available at no charge from BC Cancer Screening. To obtain resources, download the materials below, email the order form to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax it to 604-877-6113.
"Cervix Screening: Answering your questions about cervical cancer screening"
"Abnormal Results: Answering your questions about abnormal cervix screening results"
- "Colposcopy: Answering your questions about colposcopy"
- "Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure (LEEP): Answering your questions about LEEP"
- A Women-Centred Approach to Cervical Cancer Screening
- College of Family Physicians of Canada members and non-members may claim 0.5 Mainpro-M2 credits for this program
- Email email@example.com for access
- Screening for Cervical Cancer: Pap Test
- Screening for Cervical Cancer: Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
- Screening for Cervical Cancer: Colposcopy
- Screening for Cervical Cancer: LEEP
The Cervical Cancer Screening Laboratory (CCSL) manuals and forms can be accessed from the BC Cancer Laboratory Services
site. Available manuals and forms include:
- Cervix Screening Manual for Healthcare Providers
- Gynecological Cytology Requisition Form
- Gynecological Cytology Supply Order Form
- Individual Provider Number Application Form for Nurses
- Pap Test Processing Credit Card Form
Dirk van Niekerk, MD, FRCPC, Medical Director, BC Cancer Cervical Cancer Screening Program, Troy Grennan, MD, FRCPC, Gina Ogilvie, MD. "STI testing and cervical cancer screening: Need for continued STI screening among young people in the era of new cervical cancer screening guidelines." BC Medical Journal. October 2016.
Dirk van Niekerk, MD, FRCPC, Medical Director, BC Cancer Cervical Cancer Screening Program. "BC’s cervical cancer screening rates declining." BC Medical Journal. May 2014.