Facility-based indicators to monitor cervical cancer control services for women living with HIV
- The CCPC Cascade is a framework to measure the performance of steps along the cervical cancer prevention and care continuum for women living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.
- Five core and 12 optional CCPC Cascade indicators are recommended for routine patient-level data collection at ART clinics offering cervical cancer prevention and care services.
- A minimum set of data elements are required to inform the CCPC Cascade indicators.
- CCPC Cascade indicators should be selected based on local, programme, or facility priorities and data availability.
Maša Davidović, Graduate School for Health Sciences, University of Bern and Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julia Bohlius, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, email@example.com
The Advancing Cervical Cancer Screening in HIV-positive women (ACCHIVe) project involves a team of cancer researchers and health professionals from Zambia (Cervical Cancer Prevention Programme, University Teaching Hospital, and Centre for Infectious Disease Research) and Switzerland (Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, University of Basel).