Queensland recommences overdue cervical test reminders due to NCSR delay

The Queensland Pap Smear Register has had to recommence sending reminders to women who are overdue for a cervical screen or who have had abnormal or unsatisfactory results following the delay in rolling out a fully operational National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR).

While the NCSR is now receiving results from the new HPV test and is handling follow-up reminders for urgent results, the state and territory registers are still operating in order to issue correspondence to women who had their last cervical screening test more than two years ago.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Telstra Health, NCSR

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