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This campaign evaluation report outlines the results of a survey done to understand and estimate the reach and effectiveness of the third phase of the BreastScreen Australia campaign.
National Cervical Screening Program – Changes to the clinical management of women at intermediate risk – frequently asked questions
This fact sheet outlines important changes to the NCSP's clinical guidelines pathway for women at intermediate risk. These guidelines come into effect from 1 February 2021.
This report lists all the currently accredited BreastScreen Australia services by state and territory.
The BreastScreen Australia Program is supported by a number of frameworks and strategies. They guide how the program is delivered and make sure that high standards are maintained and best practice followed.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to record the Service and/or SCU’s performance against those NAS Measures in which they are responsible for. It must be submitted as part of an application for accreditation.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to re-apply for accreditation every 4 years.
BreastScreen Australia – National Accreditation Standards (NAS) protocol management checklist (BSA000)
This checklist is a guide to help BreastScreen Australia Services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) conduct a self-assessment on the NAS protocols.
This National Quality Improvement Plan (NQIP) developed by the National Quality Management Committee helps BreastScreen Australia improve the quality of services.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to appeal against an accreditation decision of the NQMC.
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form when intending on commencing a new unit within an existing BSA Service commences, or establishing a new BSA Service.
This online survey is to be used by a Service undergoing an accreditation survey to evaluate the conduct of the accreditation survey.
Data Assessors use this form to record their accreditation survey findings from undertaking a Data Governance and Management Assessment (DGMA) of a BreastScreen Australia Service or State Coordination Unit (SCU).
BreastScreen Australia services and State Coordination Units (SCUs) use this form to undertake their own self-assessment against each Data Governance and Management Assessment (DGMA) requirement.
The University of South Australia is evaluating the revised accreditation system that was introduced in 2017. This report outlines how they plan to do the evaluation.
These literature reviews were used to help develop BreastScreen Australia’s position on the use of digital breast tomosynthesis in breast screening, assessment and diagnosis.Part of a collection: BreastScreen Australia policies
Colonoscopists use this form to report adverse outcomes of diagnostic investigation procedures for National Bowel Cancer Screening Program patients who have received a positive iFOBT result. Only use this form if the information has not already been included in the colonoscopy and histopathology.Part of a collection: National Bowel Cancer Screening Program – Forms
This information pack explains changes to the cervical screening program for health professionals. It also includes resources for patients.
People aged 50 to 74 will receive this letter in the mail, along with a bowel cancer screening test kit. This is part of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
National Cervical Screening Program – Quick reference guide – self-collected cervical screening tests
A quick reference guide for health professionals about cervical screening results and follow-up under the National Cervical Screening Program.
This framework sets out the principles of screening programs for cancer and chronic diseases. It informs decision makers about the key issues to consider when deciding whether to introduce a screening program.