The average number of Cervical Screening Tests (CST) per working day by age group was as follows:
YEAR Quarter Total Age Group (yrs)



<20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70+
2006 1st 2,331 59 481 596 534 410 217 34

2nd 2,316 54 455 589 544 410 229 35

3rd 2,246 51 446 579 537 394 208 31

4th 2,309 49 451 591 540 404 235 39
2007 1st 2,370 58 489 608 553 405 223 34

2nd 2,367 54 469 596 559 416 237 36

3rd 2,251 55 473 560 525 391 215 32

4th* 2,371 51 468 597 550 416 251 38
2008 1st 2,375 56 499 604 535 411 237 33

2ND
2,339 49 453 587 551 414 250 35

3rd 2,148 44 418 535 504 389 226 32

4th 2,038 41 396 504 471 364 230 32
2009 1st 2,374 49 482 602 549 411 248 33

2nd< 2,482 51 504 629 568 430 264 36

3rd< 2,299 46 444 572 542 418 245 32

4th 2,159 39 418 523 503 394 249 33
2010 1st 2,328 47 475 566 532 421 254 33

2nd 2,299 43 449 547 535 422 268 35

3rd≠ 2,235 42 438 539 524 411 250 31

4th≠ 2,304 41 444 554 540 417 272 36
2011 1st 2,299 46 465 553 529 410 262 34

2nd 2,347 45 463 562 538 427 276 36

3rd 2,229 42 436 529 520 413 258 31

4th 2,285 39 436 533 531 428 284 34
2012 1st 2,411 47 484 575 553 439 280 33

2nd 2,417 43 469 559 558 456 297 35

3rd** 2,357 41 461 553 553 441 277 31

4th** 2,457 41 474 565 571 459 310 37
2013 1st 2,496 44 502 592 567 453 304 34

2nd 2,533 42 482 585 592 477 319 36

3rd 2,297 38 444 537 532 434 279 33

4th^ 2,304 36 430 533 524 442 302 37
2014 1st 2,448 39 494 576 552 449 303 35
  2nd 2,479 37 472 583 566 470 315 36
  3rd 2,239 32 428 523 511 429 284 32
   4th 2,331 31  435  534  533  446  313  39 
2015  1st 2,486 35 495 581 553 467  318  37 
   2nd 2,441 34 458  568  556  459  327  39 
   3rd 2,278 29 430 540 522 433  292 32 
   4th 2,403 28 440 557 541 461 337 39
2016  1ST 2,484 34 490 607 552 452 313 36
   2ND 2,441 30 451 578 544 464 334 40
   3RD 2,209 26 413 531 493 423 290 33
   4TH 2,245 23 394 532 501 434 319 42
2017  1ST 2,371 26 448 579 530 435 313 40
  2nd 2,327 25 425 556 516 443 319 43
  3RD 2,130 21 388 517 481 407 281 35

* In October of 2007 PapScreen Victoria ran a media campaign encouraging women to have regular Pap tests.
< In the second and third quarters of 2009 PapScreen Victoria ran a staggered media campaign.
≠ From August to October 2010 PapScreen Victoria launched a new media campaign called “Peace of mind”.
** From August to November of 2012 PapScreen Victoria again ran the "Peace of mind" campaign.
^ From Quarter 4 2013 the number of CST (Cervical Screening Tests) includes Pap tests, and both Pap tests and HPV DNA tests completed as part of the Compass trial.
Note: numbers from Quarter 4 2012 onwards previously presented the number of women screened. This has been amended to the number of CST.