Cancer Council Victoria has refreshed the Cancer Screening Hub, a website with practical tools and resources for people working with communities and seeking to increase participation in the national cancer screening programs.
Learn from Cancer Council Victoria’s work with a range of under-screened communities, including, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, culturally and linguistically diverse communities, people living with a disability, and the LGBTIQ community.
The enhanced Cancer Screening Hub features a more user-friendly design, new resources, videos and case studies that showcase our successful learnings, and insights from Cancer Council practitioners and partners on working with priority communities.
The Hub will be regularly refreshed with new tools and resources. Get the tools you need to improve cancer screening in your community, visit the Cancer Screening Hub.
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