Cervical Screening

A video guide to cervical screening

Good sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is vital for women’s general health and wellbeing.

Women’s Health Loddon Mallee has developed a series of video resources to ensure women in our region, including Filipino and Karen speakers and community members that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, have access to critical health information about key women’s health issues.

About Accessible Health

Women’s sexual and reproductive health is not just about physical wellbeing – it includes access to health services and information that is inclusive, safe, and appropriate; access to affordable methods of contraception; access to timely support and services in relation to unintended pregnancy, and the right to healthy and respectful relationships. 

To ensure women in our region have access to vital health information Women’s Health Loddon Mallee has developed a series of in-language video resources.

Cervical Screening

Made in partnership with Deaf Hub Bendigo and City of Greater Bendigo 

Cervical Screening information and resources

More information about cervical screening:

Cancer Council
Ph: 13 11 20  
Interpreting service: 13 14 50

Cancer Council – About Cervical screening

Cancer Council –Who should have a cervical screening test?

Cancer Council – What if I have symptoms?

Cancer Council – What does it cost to test?

Department of Health and Aged Care – Self-Collection for the cervical screening test

Jean Hailes – Cervical screening test (in Karen)

 National Cervical Screening Program – Your Choices Explained (VIDEO)

Interpreting service website  

WHLM Well Women’s Clinic 
Ph: 03 5443 0233 

National Cancer Screening Register
Ph: 1800 627 701 

Find a cervical cancer screening test provider:  

https://www.cancervic.org.au/cervical-screening-test/where.asp  

More info about HPV:

Cancer Council – What is HPV?

Cancer Council – Why test for HPV?

Better Health Channel – HPV Factsheet