CervicalCheck is for ‘women’ again as screening advice gets updated
“Women” have been reinstated in the health service’s national cervical screening advice following complaints over their replacement by “anyone with a cervix”.The National Women’s Council of Ireland

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Covid-19 has changed all our lives. It’s affected our health, our jobs, our freedoms and our connections with others. We’ve all had to stay home and stay apart from friends and loved ones to reduce the risk of catching Covid-19. But it’s important not to lose sight of other aspects…
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National Women’s Council of Ireland to HSE: change ‘anyone with a cervix’ advice
The National Women’s Council of Ireland says it is a “mistake” for the HSE to replace the word “woman” with “anyone with a cervix” in its national cervical screening advice.The NWCI hopes to meet the
Controversy over HSE’s removal of word “woman” from cervical cancer information | BreakingNews.ie
The HSE has defended the removal of the word, saying it aimed to use language inclusive of everyone
HSE defends removing references to ‘women’ in online cervical cancer information
Webpage about screening programme refers to ‘anyone with a cervix’
WRC makes €3,000 award to breastfeeding mother
A government department has been ordered to pay €3,000 compensation to a worker who was denied access to a private room where she could breastfeed.The mother made a complaint to the Workplace