Important Cervical Screening Survey Online

As part of the WI’s 5 Minutes that Matter campaign, the NFWI is working with King’s College London to promote a study about cervical screening that has been funded by Cancer Research UK.

The researchers at King’s College London who are conducting the study are looking for women aged 25-64 in England to take part in an online survey. The survey is about the use of pictures and other information in cervical screening materials and will help improve understanding of cervical screening attitudes and uptake.

This is a pilot study and will provide valuable insights to inform the final survey which will be conducted with a larger and representative sample of women.

While the NFWI has not been involved in the development or delivery of this research, we are promoting it as we feel it is a valuable opportunity for members to contribute to important research aimed at improving cervical screening, an issue we know members feel strongly about.

The survey is open to everyone who meets the eligibility requirements, so members are welcome to share the details widely.

The survey can be completed anonymously. It should take around 10 minutes to complete and is open until 4 July 2022.

Please access the survey here.


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