About the course
Cervical cancer is one of the commonest forms of cancer that affects the reproductive organs. A prominent role played by a nurse in health care is being a patient educator and therefore, there is a need to educate nurses about the risks and impact of HPV and cervical cancer.
This course is aimed at educating nurses about symptoms of cervical cancer, screening guidelines, preventive measures, colposcopy, analyzing the test results and its documentation and nursing considerations in relation to cervical cancer.
Good knowledge helps the nurse to understand the problems of the patient better, thus enabling them to provide improved health care.
- Identify symptoms and risk factors of cervical cancer.
- Assess diagnostic and preventive measures for cervical cancer.
- Discuss colposcopy.
- Analyze the test result and its documentation.
- Inspect nursing consideration.
- Categorize cervical abnormalities and risks factors.
- Estimate other gynaecological malignancies.
- Adapt and raise awareness about different treatment modalities for other gynaecological malignancies.
- Explain low grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (LSIL) and high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion (HSIL).
2 Hours (Self-Paced)
Student Handbook -1Part 01 Student Handbook - Part 02 Student Handbook - Part 03
Cervical Cancer - Part 01 Cervical screening Cervical Cancer-Part 02 Close the Door to Cancer Cervical Cancer-Part 03
Colposcopy-Part 01 Colposcopy-Part 02 HPV Prevention Colposcopy_Part 03 Colposcopy_Part 04
Who Manages Where to For Treatment-Part 01 How is a pap smear done? Who Manages Where to For Treatment_Part 02
Cervical Cancer Knowledge and Prevention Among College Women Effect of Educational Intervention on Cervical Cancer Prevention and Screening in Hispanic Women Effect of Video Assisted Teaching on Knowledge and Attitude Regarding Prevention and Early Detection of Cervical Cancer among Housewives Eliminating Health Disparities: Innovative Methods to Improve Cervical Cancer Screening in a Medically Underserved Population Making Sense of Cervical Cancer Screening Guidelines and Recommendations
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