NCSP monitoring reports now available

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Eight indicators are monitored in biannual reports.
The National Cervical Screening Programme (NCSP) reports biannually on agreed national programme indicators to monitor and evaluate the safety and quality of the NCSP.

Eight indicators are monitored in biannual reports. They are:

  • coverage
  • first screening events
  • withdrawal rates
  • early re-screening
  • laboratory indicators
  • follow up women with high-grade cytology, no histology
  • colposcopy indicators
  • HPV tests.

The NCSP also reports annually on four programme indicators and cervical cancer incidence and mortality rates. Biannual monitoring reports 35 (Jan-Jun 2011), 36 (July-Dec 2011) and 37 (Jan-Jun 2012) and the annual monitoring report 2010/11 are now available here.

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Page last updated: 29 April 2014