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Screening services

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Last reviewed: May 2018

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Cervical screening | Queensland Health

Resources for clinicians and authorised Pap Smear Providers about cervical screening programs in Queensland.

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International Diagnostic Guidelines

In Australia there are currently no nationally recognised clinical guidelines for the screening and diagnosis of FASD. However, the Australian FASD Collaboration has developed a national diagnostic instrument for FASD. It is hoped that this will be tested in 2013-14. As part of this process clinical guidelines will be developed for its use. For more information about diagnosis in Australia go to What is FASD?

Read more on NOFASD - National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder website

Recommended health checks :: SA Health

See your doctor for a regular health check even if you are currently feeling fit and healthy

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BreastScreenNT bus - NT.GOV.AU

The BreastScreenNT bus gives free breast screening services to women in regional and remote communities.

Read more on NT Health website

Where can I have a Cervical Screening Test?

A list of services in WA that provide cervical screening.

Read more on WA Health website

CRPS Screening - painHEALTH

CRPS Screening pain Self-Check CRPS Screening clinically supported pain self-check module

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RANZCOG WEBSITE - Prenatal Screening for Chromosomal and Genetic Conditions

The principle of screening is to offer a safe, accessible test to identifywomen with an increased chance of having a baby affected by achromosomal or genetic condition

Read more on RANZCOG - Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists website

Healthy Kids : Switch off the Screen

Learn about the effects of too much screen time with recommendations for healthy amounts, as well as great tips on how to reduce the amount of time you spend in front of the TV or computer.

Read more on Healthy Kids website

Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire - painHEALTH

The rebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire (MPQ) is a yellow flag screening tool that predicts long-term disability and failure to return to work.

Read more on painHEALTH website

Breast cancer screening and prevention | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government

All women should undertake regular 2 yearly breast cancer screening and be aware of the normal look and feel of your breasts. Women over the age of 50 can have a free breastscreen (mammogram) every 2 years.

Read more on Queensland Health website

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