CERVIVA and the National Cancer Registry have recently started a major new programme of research funded by the Health Research Board (HRB). For the past decade, with the support of the HRB and a range of other...Read more

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The 30th International Papillomavirus Conference (HPV 2015) takes place in Lisbon, Portugal from September 17-21. The conference focuses on HPV (human papillomavirus) which is a known cause of cervical cancer and is also implemented in...Read more

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CERVIVA, the Irish HPV Screening Research Consortium, is holding a research symposium on the 12th June in the Alexander Hotel, Dublin. The Registry is one of CERVIVA’s main research partners and has collaborated with CERVIVA since the consortium’...Read more

The HPV collaborative research group CERVIVA has launched a new website, in collaboration with the National Cancer RegistryRead more

The Registry is pleased to announce job vacancies for Health economist and Project co-ordinator, as part of the CERVIVA project.Read more

Findings of study reveal that women have a strong attachment to smear tests and have concerns over human papillomavirus (HPV) infection and HPV testing.Read more

A new paper, published in Family Practice by CERVIVA researchers based at the National Cancer Registry, reports on the influential role of GPs in relation to women’s cervical screening behaviours.Read more

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