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BreastScreen NSW launches new website

The new website incorporates a mobile first user-friendly interface, prioritising functionality, and ease of navigation. The site plays a crucial role in raising awareness about the BreastScreen program, facilitating easy access to screening information, and encouraging a seamless screening booking process.

Key features

  • Improved functionality and content, particularly for focus populations (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse and Aboriginal communities).
  • A refreshed design to uphold BreastScreen NSW’s credibility and maintain our position as a leading authority in breast cancer screening.
  • An expansive FAQ section, answering common questions about the screening process.
  • An improved location finder, so it’s easier for women to find out where they can screen.
  • A mobile-first design, ensuring ease of use for women accessing the site on their devices.
  • Improved access to the booking page, helping women to easily secure an appointment.

The website primarily targets women in NSW aged 50–74. Other audiences include:

  • Aboriginal women aged 40–74 in NSW
  • Culturally and linguistic diverse women aged 50–74, with a focus on Chinese, Vietnamese and Arabic languages (and supported by a key resource that is translated in 27 languages)
  • Health professionals
  • Women with a disability or special need
  • Women in rural or remote areas
  • Trans and gender diverse people
  • Women of all ages wanting to find out more about breast screening
  • Friends and family of screening women

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