We are looking for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to create original artwork for a breast screening shawl that helps women feel culturally safe and comfortable.
A Victorian Medical Acceleration Fund grant will enable BreastScreen Victoria to develop capabilities and conduct research on using artificial intelligence (AI) to read breast screens.
We are looking for a Victorian-based Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander artist to create an original artwork for our first Reconciliation Action Plan.
2022 was a big year for Consumer Engagement at BreastScreen Victoria.
The BreastScreen Victoria mobile screening van will be at Caulfield Park from Monday 20 February to Friday 3 March 2023, offering free breast screens (mammograms).
This year marks five years since we developed the first Aboriginal Breast Screening Shawl Trial in partnership with the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) and the Victorian Aboriginal Health…
There are many ways to help us reduce the impact of breast cancer