General Practitioner Electronic Recommendation Forms
BreastScreen Queensland in collaboration with GP Links Wide Bay have developed general practitioner electronic recommendation forms. The forms were designed to meet the clinical and technological requirements of general practitioners to assist in referring eligible women to the BreastScreen Queensland program for free breast cancer screening every two years.
Women do not need a referral to attend a BreastScreen Queensland service, however research demonstrates that a general practitioner's recommendation is highly influential in a woman's decision to attend for a screening mammogram.
Women aged 50-69 years are strongly encouraged to have a free breastscreen every two years. Women aged 40-49 and those over 70 are also eligible to have a free breastscreen.
The forms are available for the following softwares:
- Best Practice
- Medical Director
The Queensland Health BreastScreen Queensland Program has a range of printed and promotional resources available free of charge.
You can order these resources by completing the Online Order Form.
You can also view some of the resources on the Online Order Form by clicking on the download button within the form.
Phone: +61 7 3328 9439
Last reviewed 14 February 2013
Last updated 14 February 2013