Online survey for BreastScreen clients aged 70 to 74

The Australian Government Department of Health is seeking women aged 70 – 74 who have used the BreastScreen Australia program and would like to provide their perspective about the service.

The Department has engaged Nous Group, an independent consulting firm, to evaluate a change in the age range of women who are invited for a free breast screen every two years. In 2013 the age range changed from 50 – 69 years to include women aged 70 – 74 years. The evaluation research will provide important information to guide improvements to BreastScreen program delivery and planning.

You are being invited to participate in an online survey as a woman aged 70 years and over who has attended a BreastScreen service for a free breast screen or mammogram in the past. Please note that participation in this research is voluntary.

The online survey asks about:
• your experience and understanding about BreastScreen services
• what makes it easier, or more difficult to participate in breast screening
• any particular needs or considerations for different groups of women
• identify any opportunities for improvement.

The survey will take no more than 15 minutes to complete.

You can participate in the survey by accessing this website link:

If you have any questions about the evaluation research at this stage, you can contact an evaluation team member at

Thank you in advance for your contribution to this research.