Downloadable resources on cervical cancer

We need you!

The Australian Cervical Cancer Foundation works hard to help raise awareness and increase the level of education surrounding the issues of cervical cancer, cervix health, HPV vaccines and Cervical Screening Tests.


Below you will find a range of helpful resources that are free for download by supporters, donors, fundraisers, stakeholders and the general public to help us in our campaign to further awareness of ACCF’s work in both cervical cancer prevention and support. 


Please have a read and help us save more lives!

Information resources

The ACCF is the leading provider of cervical cancer-centred support and resources for individuals and their families affected by this preventable but still present disease.

Know Your Cervix

It’s time to get to know your cervix. The ACCF has curated all the information you need to understand a range of issues about:


  • Cervical cancer
  • The National Cervical Screening Program
  • HPV vaccination program

Comfort Checklist

Led by a panel of experts, the ACCF has developed a helpful, practical and scientifically reviewed Comfort Checklist for women to use to help create a more comfortable cervical screening experience.

Cervical health

Do you want to take a deep dive into everything related to cervixes, HPV, vaccines, screenings, cervical cancer and a whole lot more? Our cervical health information page is an excellent central resource with comprehensive and wide ranging details on just about everything you need to know.

Education programs

Our education programs are available for schools, workplaces and community organisations. With an ability to tailor the program for the particular context and audience involved, there’s no better way for spreading important awareness about the ACCF and cervical health information.

Cervical health

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We’ve proudly partnered with healthdirect to ensure all Australians have reliable access to accurate, medical and helpful information regarding all things cervical health and cervical cancer. As part of our CerviCAN Support Program, we’re ensuring that every woman and person with a cervix, as well as their families, can get the advice and guidance they need from qualified medical professionals.

Contact resources

24/7 health advice

Speak to a registered nurse via the healthdirect helpline on 1800 022 222.

Maternal child health nurse

Call the Pregnancy Birth & Baby helpline on 1800 882 436.

Contact the ACCF

If you’d like to speak directly to our team about our available resources, or for other support, advice and information, contact us today.