Community Care and Triage

Project Team

Invasive cervical cancer affects 500,000 women worldwide each year. Unlike most cancers, however, it is highly preventable. This project team aims to leverage the costing, policy and acceptability tools developed by previous teams to assess the feasibility of introducing the Pocket Colposcope as triage for HPV positive women in two different regions in Peru.

Pocket Colposcope: Assessing the Acceptability, Cost-effectiveness, and Policy Landscape of a Community-driven, See-and-treat Model for Tracking Cervical Cancer

Poster by Karina Moreno Bueno, Caroline Doherty, Abigail Farley, Angel Heredia, Morgan McKinney, Rachel Mundaden and Lillian Zhu