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Our Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) helps us contribute towards a reconciled Australia. It outlines how we work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander stakeholders to build relationships, show respect and improve opportunities.
This policy outlines who is eligible to access the free breast screening mammograms in Australia.Part of a collection: BreastScreen Australia policies
National Cervical Screening Program – National Cancer Screening Register data access and release policy for researchers and external agencies
Find out how to request access to data from the National Cancer Screening Register for use in human research.
The Accessibility Action Plan sets out how we will work together to build and strengthen our culture. We want to be an employer of choice for people with disability and those who care for people with disability.
Our Gender Equality and Flexibility Blueprint is about creating an inclusive and flexible workplace culture. We want this to be the norm, for all genders and all levels. It should not affect career progression.
This strategy sets out 14 actions for industry to change attitudes to caring, attract and retain a skilled aged care workforce, and ensure the workforce can meet aged care needs now and into the future. It was developed by the Aged Care Workforce Taskforce and released in September 2018.
Learn about how the National Cervical Screening Program is monitored to ensure it continues as a high-quality program and reduces illness and death from cervical cancer.
We investigate and enforce the laws relating to plain packaging of tobacco products. This policy outlines the principles we use to guide our decisions and actions in enforcing these laws.
The Newborn Bloodspot Screening National Policy Framework guides the national policies needed to support the ongoing success of newborn bloodspot screening in Australia.Part of a collection: Newborn bloodspot screening resources
The 16 MRFF funding principles will guide the allocation of MRFF research funding. All disbursements will occur in accordance with the MRFF Act 2015.
The self-collection policy aims to encourage women to take part in the National Cervical Screening Program. It provides an alternative screening approach for under-screened or never-screened women and for those who have chosen not to respond to screening invitations.
National Cervical Screening Program – Policy on transitioning women to the renewed National Cervical Screening Program
The way we do cervical screening in Australia has changed. Instead of a pap smear every 2 years the new test screens for human papilloma virus (HPV) every 5 years. This policy outlines how we will implement this change.
We want to reduce the impact of cervical cancer in Australia. The national cervical screening policy outlines how we will achieve this through our regular screening program.
This National Asthma Strategy 2018 outlines a national response to asthma. It identifies the most effective and appropriate interventions to reduce the impact of asthma in the community.