Social Research Centre

BreastScreen NSW 2023-24

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Cancer Institute NSW is a NSW Government agency charged with substantially improving cancer control through the NSW Cancer Plan.

Cancer screening is an important factor in increasing survival rates and lessening the impact of cancer in the community. A major program of the NSW Cancer Plan involves the early detection of breast, bowel and cervical cancers.



This BreastScreen NSW 2023/24 Campaign Evaluation research is being conducted for Cancer Institute NSW by the Social Research Centre.

Aims + Outcomes

Breast cancer screening can highlight individuals with signs of potential breast abnormality allowing for early investigation. Through early detection, screening aims to reduce breast cancer mortality and morbidity. Your confidential input is crucial to help the Cancer Institute NSW understand more about this important issue affecting over 18,000 Australians every year.


For more information about the BreastScreen NSW program call (13 20 50) or visit

Breast Cancer Network Australia, open 9-5pm (1800 500 258 ).

Lifeline number for 24 hour crisis support (13 11 14).



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Have you been contacted to participate?

Who participates?

What are the benefits?

Your experience is valuable to us and your response to the survey will contribute to better understanding of this important issue facing many people.

How does it work?

If you have been selected to participate in the survey, you will receive a text message from The Social Research Centre on behalf of the Cancer Institute NSW. The text message will be from 0426306276 and indicate that the Social Research Centre will call you to see if you can take part in an important health study. There are no right or wrong answers. Participation in this survey is voluntary and you can withdraw at any point. The information collected will be treated in strict confidence.


Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

Full Analysis Report (Population Health Test)

How do we ensure privacy is protected?

Any information you provide will be completely confidential and your answers will not be identified as individual responses. Responses are used for research purposes only and are treated in strict confidence. No other agency or department will have access to your details. All information provided is protected by strict Commonwealth and State privacy laws. Please see the SRC’s Privacy Policy.

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Additional support

BreastScreen NSW program

For more information about the BreastScreen NSW program call 13 20 50 or visit

Breast Cancer Network Australia

Call 1800 500 258Open 9-5pm

Lifeline number

For 24 hour crisis support call Lifeline on 13 11 14.


How long will the survey take to complete? 

The survey takes approximately 7 minutes, depending on survey responses.

How do supervisors access the survey? 

All supervisors are invited to participate in the ESS via email and/or telephone. We understand supervisors are busy, the survey can be completed at a time convenient to you, and you can complete at a later date if you’re unable to finish the survey in one sitting.

If you’d like to make an appointment to complete the survey, please call the Social Research Centre on 1800 055 818 (a free call).

How do we get the supervisors contact details? 

The ESS is undertaken on a systematic basis by asking employed graduates who participated in the Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS), to provide the contact details of their supervisor for follow up.

How long will the survey take to complete?

The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Arrangements can be made for you to participate at any time during the fieldwork period that is convenient for you.

Is the survey compulsory?

The survey is entirely voluntary but your participation is important for the Cancer Institute NSW in working towards reducing the incidence of cancer, increasing the survival of people with cancer and improving the quality of life of people with cancer.