Estonian Society of Colposcopy

Web Adress Estonian Society of Colposcopy
Name of President of Society Dr. Treje Roud

Tartu University, Women’s Clinic,
L. Puusepa 8, Tartu 51014, Estonia

Tel.: +372 53319998
E-mail: terje.roud@kliinikum.ee

Society postal adress Kapteni 8, Tartu 51017, Estonia
Name of Secretary of Society Dr. Liis Kriisa (secretary)

Tartu University, Woman’s Clinic
L. Puusepa 8, Tartu 5104, Estonia

Tel.: +372-7319902, FAX +372-7319904
E-mail: liis.kriisa@kliinikum.ee

Society Co-ordinator/Admin
(EFC-Contact Person)
Dr. Lee Padrik (treasurer)

Tartu University, Women’s Clinic,
L. Puusepa 8, Tartu 51014, Estonia

Tel.: +372 53319995
E-mail: lee.padrik@kliinikum.ee

Members of the executive board Dr. Aleksandra Šavrova
E-mail: aleksandra.savrova@regionaalhaigla.ee

Dr. Inga Aavik
E-mail: inga.aavik@itk.ee

Next Elections Spring 2021
Number of Members 64
National Events Twice a year
Screening strategy for Cervical Cancer The organised nation-wide screening program has been in place since 2006. In the organised screening program women aged 30–60 years are invited to screening with personal letter every five years. Also is existing an opportunistic screening program in Estonia (Pap-smears are taken during the gynecologic examination by gynecologists). Screening test is Pap-smear.
Screening rate 45,3% (organized screening 2018), 3 year estimated rate 75-80%
Incidence of Cervical Cancer 14,6/100 000 (2016)
175 new cases per year (on average)
Mortality of Cervical Cancer 8,95/100 000
65 cases per year (on average)
Strategy for colposcopy training Yearly attendees at colposcopic course of the first category (residents, gynecologists). Practical training courses annually at OB/GYN Clinic of Tartu University Hospital. Courses are certified by the National Society. The goal of the colposcopic training programme is to ensure that these gynecologists are able to take an adaquate smear and to deal adaquatly with the result.
Institutions to deal with Abnormal Screening-Results Organized screening smear is performed by midwifes. Opportunistic screening smear is performed by routine-gynecologists. Patients with abnormal screeening results are sent to colposcopy examination and if needed for consultation in the University Hospital or county hospitals. The standards are set by the Estonian Gynaecology Society guidelines (version 3, 2014)