Every Women Counts - Quality Assurance Project
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The Breast and Cervical Cancer Reminder app, also known as "EWC Check Me," is easy to use it to help women of all ages remember to care for their health through routine breast and cervical screenings.
For more information, please check Patient Education.
HPV & Cervical Disease: Risk-based management of screening results - Continuing Medical Education (CME) Opportunity – Multiple Locations!
Every Woman Counts offers a low-cost CME course at multiple locations in California to help clinicians update and improve their knowledge of cervical cancer screening and diagnostic follow-up. All California clinicians (both EWC and non-EWC providers) are welcome to attend.
For more information, please go to Cervical Training Schedule/Registration.
Display your support for women battling breast cancer while reminding all of us that early detection saves lives. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Every Woman Counts program, allowing more women across California to get regular breast exams and mammograms.
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The QAP website is a resource for health professionals involved in the early detection and diagnosis of breast and cervical cancer. Visitors will find continuing medical education opportunities; clinical tools, including breast cancer diagnostic algorithms and cervical cancer consensus guidelines; as well as information on quality assurance issues affecting breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnosis.
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