We’ve put together a list of websites that provide more information on screening mammograms, breast cancer, further research, and women’s health.
Useful Websites for Health Professionals
To help you stay informed and up-to-date, we’ve put together a list of websites that provide more information on screening mammograms, breast cancer, further research, and women’s health.
Please note, the following links will direct you away from the BreastScreen NSW website and open in a new window.
The website of the BreastScreen Australia Program provides more information on the national breast cancer screening program.
Established by the Australian Government in 2006, Cancer Australia aims to reduce the impact of cancer, address disparities and improve outcomes for people affected by cancer by leading and coordinating national, evidence-based interventions across the continuum of care.
Canrefer is an online directory set up by the Cancer Institute NSW to help GPs, other health professionals, and patients and their family members find cancer services by cancer type and location in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
The NSW Cervical Screening Program is part of the National Cervical Screening Program (NCSP), a joint initiative of the Australian and state and territory governments to provide better protection against cervical cancer by offering free cervical screening to eligible women.
eviQ: Cancer Treatments Online is a point-of-care clinical information resource that provides health professionals with current evidence based, peer reviewed, best practice cancer treatment protocols and information.
The National Bowel Cancer Screening Program (NBCSP) invites Australians aged over 50 to screen for bowel cancer using a free, simple test at home. The NBCSP aims to continue to reduce deaths from bowel cancer through early detection of the disease.
The Familial Risk Assessment FRA-BOC Tool is an online tool for health professionals to assess familial risk of breast and ovarian cancer.
In consultation with health professionals, the Cancer Institute NSW has developed question prompt lists that help individuals get the information they require about their illness, as well as possible treatment options. Prompt lists are available for medical/radiation oncology, surgery, haematology and complementary therapies.