National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer - consultation required

In late 2021, the Australian Government announced the development of a collaborative National Cervical Cancer Elimination Strategy, led by the Australian Centre for the Prevention of Cervical Cancer (ACPCC). This project will inform the Australian Department of Health’s strategic activities to achieve the elimination of cervical cancer as a public health problem in Australia by 2035.    

The project will involve a series of consultations with experts, priority population groups, and other interested parties, to inform the three pillars of cervical cancer elimination - vaccination, screening, and treatment - and ensure a strong equity lens is applied at every step in the development of the Strategy.  

The overarching vision is to achieve elimination for all women and people with a cervix across the diverse communities we have in Australia.   

Invitation to join the consultation 

To register your interest, please send your name, role and organisation to

Further information 

Please refer to this Project Information Sheet for more information. You can also contact us at to discuss the project and any questions you may have.