A progress report on Cervical Check will look at whether recommendations and changes have been made to the screening programme.
It's the final report on the screening programme, which will be conducted by Dr Gabriel Scally.
In his initial scoping inquiry back in 2018, Dr Scally found more than 200 women weren't told about abnormalities detected in their smear test results during a 'look-back' audit.
Many have since died from cervical cancer, including the prominent campaigner Vicky Phelan who brought the scandal to light.
Dr Scally has since gone on to carry out further reports on Cervical Check, where he made 58 recommendations with 170 actions.
It's expected Dr Scally's final report will highlight the need for a system with open disclosures when medical mistakes are made, and the need for an improved culture within Cervical Check.