WHO’s cervical cancer screening programmes : managerial guidelines. by Naila Baig Ansari Research Fellow Dept. of Community Health Sciences The Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan. Who am I?. Education:
Naila Baig Ansari
Dept. of Community Health Sciences
The Aga Khan University
MSc (Epidemiology), The Aga Khan University, 2001. Thesis: Care and feeding practices and their association with stunting among young children residing in Karachi-s squatter settlements
BBA (Management), The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, USA, 1989
Research interest: Nutritional and behavioral epidemiology, methodological issues in dietary assessment methods, household food security and gender-related issues, care and feeding practices, management of data and questionnaire designing
The natural history of cervical cancer
Implications of screening policy
Downstaging where cytological screening not possibleManagerial factors to consider when setting up a screening programme
Decision to implement screening for cervical cancer should be based on:
Decision on which health service sector to utilize for screening based on:
What is the common cause of most cervical cancers diagnosed around the world?
Describe the importance of cervical cancer screening.
Why do developing countries have higher burden of cervical cancer mortality than developed countries?