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Implications for practice and research
Incorporating education around childhood sexual abuse (CSA) into training for clinicians who conduct cervical screening would enable them to be more competent and confident with women exposed to CSA.
Further research should involve an evaluation of competence, confidence and impact on women, where training incorporates CSA.
This service evaluation explores the challenges and training needs of clinicians who conduct cervical screening for women who have experienced CSA. Evidence suggests that women exposed to CSA are more likely to suffer from cervical cancer and are less likely to attend regular cervical …
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