Welcome to the NHS cervical screening website for England

If you have been invited for screening, or have been for screening and have any questions about the result, you should contact the name and address shown on your invitation letter or result letter. If you are worried about a specific problem, or otherwise worried about the risks of cancer, then you should talk to your GP.

Screening is for people without symptoms. If you are concerned about any symptoms, please contact your GP or visit NHS Direct Online.

Remedica cervical screening DVDs

Click on the images below to view the English language patient modules. The modules are also available in Urdu, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali and Cantonese languages. All modules, including those for physicians, are available; Remedica cervical screening DVDs.

Remedica cervical screening DVD: Patient module 1: Exploring the cervix Remedica cervical screening DVD: Patient module 2: Cervical screening Remedica cervical screening DVD: Patient module 3: Test findings Remedica cervical screening DVD: Patient module 4: Colposcopy

Copies of the DVD are obtainable from the publications orderline.

Information Resources

There is a variety of information available in different formats designed to assist in answering questions about cervical screening. There is a selection of audio and video resources as well as information leaflets and booklets.

Link to an overview of a leaflet providing facts about cervical screening Listen to NHSCSP leaflets on-line or on the CD Link to information about British Sign Language DVD It's your choice DVD
Cervical screening:
The facts

(leaflet)
Cervical Screening:
Audio leaflets

(CD or online)
British Sign Language
information leaflets

(DVD)
It's your choice
DVD
Link to Cytology improvement guide - achieving a 14 day turnaround time in cytology Link to information about Cervical Screening: A Pocket Guide Link to NHS Cervical Screening Programme 2011 Annual Review
14 day
turnaround time
Cervical Screening:
A Pocket Guide

(booklet)
NHSCSP
Audit of invasive cervical cancer
2011
Annual Review