- reviews and advises of clinical evidence regarding the BreastScreen Australia program
- advises on national clinical policies and procedures, and new and emerging technologies
- advises about clinical issues and risks.
Advice is provided within the context of current evidence-based best practice, and aligned with relevant college policies, guidelines and legislation.
The aim is to improve the delivery of breast screening services that are:
- nationally consistent
- evidence based
- high quality.
Clinical Advisory Committee members include:
- 2 radiologists, with experience in breast screening
- a breast physician
- a breast surgeon
- 2 pathologists, with experience in breast screening
- a radiographer, with experience in breast screening
- a program management representative
- an Australian Government representative
- other specialists or expertise as needed.