At a state level, the Queensland Cervical Screening Program is responsible for:
strategic planning and policy advice relating to cervical screening
providing information and support for service providers and the community
developing and maintaining partnerships with relevant stakeholders
managing and maintaining the Queensland Health Pap Smear Register
promoting quality management in all aspects of the program
developing and disseminating evidence-based promotional and educational resources for service providers and the community
developing and implementing state-wide communication strategies to enhance women's participation in cervical screening
monitoring workforce needs across the cervical screening pathway
enhancing the participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in cervical screening
maintaining and enhancing screening services in rural/remote areas specifically the Mobile Women's Health Service and the Rural and Remote Women's Health Program (through the Royal Flying Doctor Service).
monitoring the implementation of the program to evaluate its effectiveness and provide the basis for future policy and program development decisions.