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Important changes to the National Cervical Screening Program Clinical Guidelines from 1st February 2021

There are new guidelines for the clinical management of women at intermediate risk following a cervical screening test. Information about the changes are on the…

Cancer screening activity during COVID-19 in 2020 in Australia – AIHW report and graphs

Whilst general practice has maintained open doors with a COVID-safe environment for its patients throughout 2020 and made telehealth options available, we know that many…

Encouraging use of the UV Index to protect your patients’ skin

Sun damage is very possible on windy, cloudy or cool days. Ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the invisible killer that we can’t see or feel. Exposure…

Statewide Eyesight Preschooler Screening Program (StEPS)

What is StEPS?  The StEPS program is a free population based vision screening program and is designed to identify childhood vision problems which cannot be...

Free breast screening at mobile BreastScreen NSW clinic in North Ryde until 9th Oct 2020

BreastScreen NSW recommends that women aged 50 – 74 have a mammogram every two years. There is currently a free mobile screening van stationed at…

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