HRSA’s Office of Women’s Health invites you to participate in CERV-Net: A Cervical Cancer ECHO Learning Series for Safety-Net Settings. CERV-Net is a free, virtual, collaborative learning series that prepares and empowers safety-net providers to engage partners, patients, and communities to ultimately improve cervical cancer care across the cancer continuum. The series consists of 11 sessions on Thursdays from 9:00-10:00 a.m. (ET) covering cervical cancer prevention, screening, management, and quality improvement activities. Continuing medical education credits are available at no cost to physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, and physician assistants. If interested, please complete the interest form by Tuesday, February 13, 2024. For more details, please contact CERVNet@norc.org. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention cite lack of access to screening as a reason for higher prevalence of cervical cancer in rural areas. Download resources from OWH’s page for the Federal Cervical Cancer Care Collaborative.