Cervical tests (also known as smear tests) can help to prevent cervical cancer. Research shows that Women from Black, Asian and other Minority Ethnic backgrounds are less likely to have smear tests. The purpose of this survey is to help find out why. 

The findings of this survey will be used to support our research and work with Muslim women. Your personal data will be processed and stored in accordance with all UK data protection laws and our privacy policy which is available on our website: www.mwnuk.co.uk
Knowledge of cervical screening

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* 1. On a scale of 1-5, how much do you know and understand about cervical screening?

1 - Don’t know anything/much 5 - Know and understand a lot
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* 2. Where have you got information on cervical screening from?

Attitudes towards cervical screening

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* 3. How important do you feel smear tests are in detecting cancer and saving lives of women?

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* 4. When was the last time you had a smear test?

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* 5. When you receive your smear test appointments, do you attend them?

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