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Māori cervical screening campaign

Time to Screen is running a Māori cervical screening campaign that tells real and relevant local stories by going to where wāhine Māori are. A whānau approach acknowledges the importance of whakapapa and the value of the whole family being supportive of cervical screening, alongside the wāhine.

The campaign acknowledges the sacredness of te whare tangata and the importance for wāhine to focus on their own health and that of their whānau. Finding the time for screening can be difficult but wāhine prioritising themselves is important so that they can be well for their whānau.

Check out the video resources linked below, provided by Time to Screen. 

Zoom Quiz

Staying on top of our mea health means we’re “thinking about the future” for the special moments with our treasured mokopuna. 

Nearly all cervical cancer can be prevented through regular screening.

Prevention is key whānau mā.

Whānau car pool

It is more than a cervical screen.

It is normal to feel whakamā when going to a cervical screen… why not gather some of your friends or whānau and go together?

Zoom Call - Sisters post-screening

Hā ki roto, hā ki waho wāhine mā - let’s catch up about your mea!

Whether it’s through a ‘zui’ or hui, tautoko the other wonderful wāhine in your life and normalise the kōrero! You can awhi each other to your next screening!

Café Patai

Kia WHAKANUI tātou

Leading the arā for our tamariki

Holding mana of our hauora as wāhine Māori

Take charge wāhine mā!

Talk to our admin team today about booking in for your smear. 

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