10 Nov

Your chance to ask the experts on cervical cancer this International Pathology Day

To celebrate International Pathology Day on Wednesday 11th November 2020, Pathology Awareness Australia will hold a Q&A session on Facebook Live at 12.30pm AEDT all about cervical cancer. Taking q
10 Nov

Ask a cytologist: key questions answered about cervical screening tests

National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week is coming up on 16th – 22nd November 2020. To learn more about cervical screening, we took Sydney resident Denise to meet a cytologist. Find out if you n
28 Jul

An open letter to Victorians signed by 26 health groups

Dear Victorians, Healthcare does not stop for lockdown, we are here to keep you well Healthcare is one of the four reasons you can leave home, and it is safe to visit health services in person
8 May

Thank you pathology, from NT’s primary school children

These pictures were drawn by children from Nightcliff Primary School in the Northern Territory to thank pathologists (and all those working in the lab) at Territory Pathology for all their hard work.
5 May

Take our 5-minute survey on barriers to accessing vital tests and healthcare

Pathology Awareness Australia has partnered with a group of healthcare organisations to address the drop in pathology testing and attendance to healthcare appointments seen during COVID-19 restriction
27 Mar

Find out the story behind your pathology tests – in 60 seconds

In Australia we are fortunate in having a world class pathology service that is the engine room of healthcare. We've done our best to capture a snapshot of all the essential work pathology laboratorie
2 Mar

Placental pathology – the ‘pregnancy diary’ that reveals vital data for parents

Pregnancy and birth are exciting and emotional times for parents, and pathology testing is important during a pregnancy, together with scans, to check how the baby is developing and to monitor the hea
2 Mar

Cervical cancer screening – what you need to know

In December 2017, the National Cervical Screening Program changed, and now provides a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) test for women aged 25-74 every 5 years. Although the program can offer the chance to p
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