Online survey invitation for women 70 years or over.

Nous Group, on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Health, is seeking feedback to better understand the opinions and experiences of women aged 70 years and over who use the BreastScreen program across Australia.

If you are a women aged 70 years or over, you are invited to share your views. Your input will assist in the future planning and delivery of the BreastScreen Australia Program. Please complete a short online survey, participation is voluntary.

The survey will take less than 15 minutes to complete.

If you have any questions about the research, please contact a research team member at Nous Group.

Thank you in advance for your contribution to this research.

The Department of Health is closely monitoring the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on health services. Following the temporary pause of the BreastScreen Australia program states and territories have resumed services, with some adjustments to reduce the ongoing risk of COVID-19. Further information can be found on the FAQs page. You may wish to contact your local service provider for further information. You can find further information on COVID-19 on the Department of Health website, alternatively you may wish to call the COVID-19 hotline on 1800 020 080.

Read the Cancer Council NSW reports on the impact of COVID-19 on our cancer screening programs on our new website.

BreastScreen Australia is currently experiencing technical difficulties in some localities for the number 13 20 50. If you experience difficulties, you may wish to directly email your local service provider for assistance.

BreastScreen Australia

BreastScreen Australia is the national breast cancer screening program. 

It invites women aged between 50 and 74 for a free mammogram every two years.

BreastScreen Australia aims to continue to reduce deaths from breast cancer through early detection of the disease.


For information or to book an appointment phone 13 20 50