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Each year, at the annual Nuffield Trust Health Policy Summit, The BMJ hosts a breakfast roundtable. It has been one year since the Health and Social Care Bill was enacted, and the reconfiguration of the NHS continues, so this year we asked our panel to give the bill an end of year report.
Taking part were:
- John Richards – Southampton Clinical Commissioning Group
- Nigel Edwards - CEO Nuffield Trust
- Jennifer Dixon - CEO Health Foundation
- Terence Stephenson - president Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
- Maureen Baker - Chair RCGP
- Hugh Taylor - Chairman Guys and St Thomas' Foundation Trust
- Nick Hicks - CEO COBIC Ltd
- Jeremy Taylor - National Voices
- Tim Ferris - VP for population health management, Partners Healthcare, MA
- Nick Timmins - Senior Associate Nuffield Trust
Australia was one of the first countries to introduce HPV vaccination, and due to its cervical cancer screening programme, is one of the first to be able to measure the effectiveness of the vaccine.
In this podcast, Elizabeth Crowe, a public health physician from NHS Borders, Julia Brotherton, a public health physician and medical epidemiologist at the Victorian Cytology Service in Melbourne, and David Whiteman, a cancer epidemiologist at the University of Queensland's School of Population Health, discuss their research and talk about implications for cervical cancer screening in Australia.
Read the open access research:
Effectiveness of quadrivalent human papillomavirus vaccine for the prevention of cervical abnormalities: case-control study nested within a population based screening programme in Australia