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Date: Thursday, March 11, 2021 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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CTSA Visiting Scholar: Using Mixed Methods Multilevel Research to Explore Implementation of "Screen and Treat" for Secondary Prevention of Cervical Cancer in Malawi

Malawi has the highest cervical cancer burden in the world, and this is at least partly attributable to low use of screening services. There are many complex and multi-level factors affecting cervical cancer screening uptake and treatment completion in Malawi.

Join Corrina Moucheraud, ScD, MPH as she will discuss her work that includes qualitative interviews with Malawian women and men, and clinical and implementation data from "screen and treat" programs to highlight new findings about cervical cancer screening and treatment in Malawi.

Corrina Moucheraud, ScD, MPH, CTSA KL2 Scholar


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