Medical Program: What Less OB/GYN Visits Mean for Cervical Cancer Screening in Primary Care Settings

What Fewer OB/GYN Visits Mean for Cervical Cancer Screening in Primary Care Settings

What Fewer OB/GYN Visits Mean for Cervical Cancer Screening in Primary Care Settings
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It’s more important than ever to arm PCPs with the knowledge and comfort to discuss cervical cancer screening in their office.
  • Overview

    The primary care physician is the first line of defense when it comes to cervical cancer screening, and the need for physicians to be alert to their patients’ screening schedules is growing as fewer patients see their OB/GYN regularly. Tune in as Dr. Amy Clouse, Associate Director of the Family Medicine Residency Program at Abington-Jefferson Health, dives into the big questions, like what do we need to know about cervical cancer screening and how can we have a more active role in this testing?

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