Cervical Screening Audit

The Dorevitch Pathology Cervical Screening Audit is the perfect audit for self-reflection, enabling you to target areas in your practice for refinement and continued improvement of your service to your patients. 

The audit has been designed with input from specialists and generalists to be both informative and practical. Each practitioner registered for the audit will receive their individual results clearly presented in a graphic and text format.

Not only will the audit data include the HPV risk profile of your patient cohort compared to national figures, it will help you ensure that your practice aligns with current National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP) guidelines. Accompanying each audit result sheet is an additional list of all your patients who may specifically need follow up or further intervention – a useful second step to reinforce the safe and correct management of your patients.

Registration Requirements 

To register, please complete the Audit Registration form and return via email to CervicalAudit@Dorevitch.com.au 

Further Information

For further detailed information please read through the Audit Introduction Brochure which will inform you on all of the requirements invovled for Audit completion. 

You can also speak with your Medical Liasion Officer or email CervicalAudit@Dorevitch.com.au for any questions.  

Downloads

Introduction Brochure

Registration Form

Education Points

Following the appropriate completion of all the required elements of the audit - 6 months participation, you will receive your reflective evaluation which is to be completed to ensure your college points. 

  • RACGP: 40 points CPD Accredited Activity QI.
  • ACRRM: Units 20 Outcome measurment. Further information regarding Procedural Grant allocation can be obtained from ACRRM (Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine).
  • Nurse Practioners will be eligible* for ACN CPD accreditation. 

RACGP Activity: 183534

ACRRM Activity: 19036

*pending approval. 

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