Equality and access are often difficult for people with disabilities to obtain when interacting with the medical system.
This week we explore how the new Cervical Screening Test could improve and empower people with disabilities in managing our health.
I have two very esteemed experts on this episode, Professor Marion Saville and Professor Deborah Bateson.
Professor Saville currently chairs the working group to review Australia's guidelines in the management of screen detected abnormalities in the National Cervical Screening Programme.
Deborah Bates and is the professor of practise at the Daffodil Centre, which is a joint venture between the University of Sydney and the Cancer Council of New South Wales.
Thank you Marion and Deborah for being willing to speak with me and for the time it took to speak with me.
I am very proud to be presenting this episode to you today.
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Episode Transcript: https://www.icantstandpodcast.com/post/is-this-the-start-of-more-inclusion-in-medicine-for-people-with-disabilities