The purpose of the Cervical cancer control in Canada (CCCiC) website is to share information and resources regarding the prevention, detection and treatment of cervical cancer in Canada.
The website is maintained by the Pan-Canadian Cervical Screening Initiative (PCCSI), which is a network of the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.
We hope that this website will foster partnerships that collaboratively address issues concerning cervical cancer prevention and control.
Cervical cancer screening in Canada – environmental scan
|Cervical cancer screening in Canada – environmental scan
See the key components for cervical cancer screening programs/strategies across Canada. Released: April 2016
Cervical cancer screening reports
|Cervical cancer screening in Canada: monitoring & evaluation of quality indicators
This is the third report measuring cervical cancer screening across Canada created by the Pan-Canadian Cervical Cancer Screening Network. This report includes information about screening coverage, follow up, the quality of screening, pre-cancer and cancer detection, and disease extent at diagnosis for women 21-69 years of age for the years 2011-2013. In addition, the report includes a feature section on screening women 18 to 20 years of age, who are younger than the recommended start age for screening. Updated: July 2016
Cervical cancer screening in Canada: What primary care providers need to know
This knowledge product highlights the key points from the full report that relate to primary care providers. Released: November 2016
|Cervical screening in Canada: A report summary
Released: November 2016
|Cancer screening in Canada: An overview of screening participation for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer
This is a pan-Canadian report that compares programmatic participation and self-reported utilization (both programmatic and non-programmatic screening) for breast, cervical and colorectal cancer within and outside of current national screening guidelines. This approach supports the Partnership’s goal of increasing screening within guidelines while decreasing screening outside of guidelines. Released: January 2015
|Cervical cancer screening in Canada: program performance results report, Jan 2009 – Dec 2011
This report presents data for the years 2009-2011 for the 12 cervical cancer screening program performance indicators for women aged 20-69 years, plus descriptive information about the use of HPV testing and immunization. This report also provides more detailed cervical cancer screening information for 20 to 24 year old women by histological subtype. Released: 2013
|PCCSI national guidance document on correspondence for cervical cancer screening programs
Correspondence or direct contact between a cervical cancer screening program and a woman and/or her health care provider has been identified as a key component of an organized screening program. Directly informing and involving a woman in her cervical cancer screening choices has been shown to be an effective means of improving adherence to recommended screening guidelines. This document includes information about types of correspondence and addresses inputs to the planning and prioritization of a correspondence initiative. Released: February 2013
|HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening Expert Panel: Summary of Evidence
This document provides a summary of key trials comparing HPV to Pap testing for primary screening. This document also explores potential impacts of HPV testing on screening, follow up practices and future planning for these services. Released: March 2012
|Cervical Cancer Screening in Canada Monitoring Program Performance 2006-2008
This report presents information on the performance of cervical screening programs across Canada. The report presents data for 12 cervical screening program performance indicators for women aged 20-69 for the years 2006-2008. Released: December 2011