The survey on the draft National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer in Australia has now closed. Thanks so much for your responses!
Provide your feedback on the draft Strategy via this survey link:
Feedback closes on 17 January 2023.
Thank you to all subject matter professionals, government and communities involved in the consultation earlier this year to help us shape this draft.
The draft Strategy is accompanied by a separate set of appendices which contains strategic actions and priorities for priority populations.
We look forward to receiving your comments on this draft, which will assist us to finalise the Strategy in the second quarter of 2023.
Access the Strategy documents
Draft National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer [Word] [PDF]
- Appendices – FULL [Word] [PDF]
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people: Strategic priorities and actions [Word] [PDF]
- Culturally and linguistically diverse people: Strategic priorities and actions [Word] [PDF]
- People who are LGBTQ+ and people who are intersex: Strategic priorities and actions [Word] [PDF]
- People with disability: Strategic priorities and actions [Word] [PDF]
- People living in rural and remote areas: Strategic priorities and actions [Word] [PDF]
Technical Paper (128 pages) [Word] [PDF]
The Technical Paper provides in-depth data and literature about Australia’s current progress towards eliminating cervical cancer and key findings which highlight priorities that the Strategy will need to address.
Consultation Paper (34 pages) [Word] [PDF]
The Consultation Paper outlines the global context of cervical cancer elimination, proposes Australia’s vision for elimination, and summarises Australia’s progress across HPV vaccination, cervical screening and cervical cancer treatment. The survey questions in this paper were for the first consultation round in May to July 2022.
Consultation Outcomes Summary Report [Word] [PDF]
The Consultation Outcomes Summary Report provides a summary of the key findings from the public consultation that occurred between May and July 2022.