BreastScreen Tasmania operates clinics in Hobart, Launceston and the Mobile Unit (20 locations state-wide). Current screening throughput is approximately 26,000 women per annum.
Contains links to the BreastScreen Australia, National Bowel Cancer Screening and National Cerviucal Screening programs run by the Australian Department of Health.
Health Professional Cervical Screening course for nurses, midwives and allied health professionals in Queensland.
This webinar aims to educate nurses about upcoming changes to the national cervical screening program. Participants will learn about advancements in understanding of HPV and the link to cervical cancer.
Family Planning NT, is supported by the national body Sexual Health and Family Planning Australia (SH&FPA), and offers clients confidential access to sexual and reproductive health services, education and information.
This quiz will help identify things that may increase risk of bowel cancer. It will also indicate risk of bowel cancer based on personal and family history of polyps and cancer. Provided by Cancer Council Victoria.
Australian Government Department of Human Services information on 4-year-old health checks.
Family Planning Victoria has a focus on reproductive and sexual health care, education and advocacy with the aimof improved reproductive and sexual health and wellbeing
Breast cancer is the most common cancer for Aboriginal women and late diagnosis can result in reduced survival rates. The program will assist in detecting cancer early and increase survival rates across the Territory.