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News in brief


New national bowel cancer screening register

The national bowel cancer screening program (NBCSP) is transitioning to the National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR) with the national register officially operating the new register from Monday, November 18. Click HERE for more information.


New “mini degrees” for health professionals

Sydney University is now offering short courses or “micro-credentials” to help healthcare professionals learn new information and update their skillset. There are a wide range of courses on offer including Data Literacy for Health Policy Makers and The Psychology of Pain.  Click HERE for more information.


HCF Research Foundation year in review out now

HCF Research Foundation’s Year in Review is now available and can be viewed HERE