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1 1 Cervical Screening Programme, England, : Graphs

2 Figure 1: Cervical screening – Five year coverage of the target age group (25-64) England at 31 st March, 2004 to 2014 © Data prior to 2005, re-used with the permission of the Department of Health. Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre. Age appropriate data from PHOF, Public Health England.

3 Figure 2: Cervical screening – coverage by age group England, at 31 st March, 2013 and 2014 Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

4 Figure 3: Cervical screening – Five year coverage of the target age group (25-64) Upper Tier Local Authority, England, 31 st March 2014 Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

5 Figure 3a: Cervical screening – Five year coverage of the target age group (25-64) Upper Tier Local Authority, England, 31 st March 2014

6 Figure 4: Number of women invited for screening, by age England, to Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

7 Figure 5: Number of women tested, by age England from to Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

8 Figure 6: Cervical screening - Test results showing a high-grade abnormality as a percentage of all test results, by age group England Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

9 Figure 7: Cervical screening – Percentage of tests for women aged with an abnormal result Upper Tier Local Authority, England, Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

10 Figure 8: Cervical Screening – Time from screening to receipt of results as measured by expected date of delivery of result letter (eligible women aged 25–64 years), percentage received within 2 weeks England by region, and Source: National Cancer Screening Statistics VSA15 Report, HSCIC ‘Open Exeter’ system (NHAIS).

11 Figure 9a: Recall status for women with borderline screening results England, to Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

12 Figure 9b: Recall status for women with low-grade screening results England, to Source: KC53, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

13 Figure 10: Cervical cytology - Percentages of samples from GP & NHS Community Clinics found to be inadequate, from women aged England, to © Data prior to 2005, re-used with the permission of the Department of Health. Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

14 Figure 11: Cervical cytology – Percentage of samples from GP & NHS Community Clinics found to be inadequate, for women aged 25-64, by laboratory England, Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

15 Figure 12: Outcome of referral following non-negative test result (persistent or with positive HPV test) England, April 2013 to June 2013 Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

16 Figure 13: Outcome of referral following single occurrence of potentially significant abnormality* England, April 2013 to June 2013 Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

17 Figure 14: Positive Predictive Value, by laboratory England, April 2013 to June 2013 Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

18 Figure 15: Referral Value, by laboratory England, April 2013 to June 2013 Source: KC61, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

19 Figure 16: Women referred to colposcopy – women offered an appointment within two weeks of referral by indication England, April 2013 to June 2013 Source: KC65, Health and Social Care Information Centre.

20 Figure 17: Biopsies taken at colposcopy - Time from biopsy until patient informed of result (4 month sample) England, Source: KC65, Health and Social Care Information Centre.


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