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Population Screening and Cancer Prevention offers a range of career opportunities.  The services operate under a multidisiplinary model and positions include radiographers, mammographers, sonographers, radiologists and counsellors.

For more information about careers with Population Screening and Cancer Prevention see the Department of Health and Human Services Careers page and the Tasmanian Government jobs website

BreastScreen Tasmania Scholarship Program

BreastScreen Tasmania sponsors one student per year to undertake the Graduate Diploma in Mammography.

The scholarship includes full payment of the student's academic fees and unpaid work experience in a BreastScreen Tasmania clinic working alongside a fully qualified radiographer.

To enquire about the program, contact BreastScreen Tasmania on (03) 6216 4300 or email

Graduate Diploma in Mammography

Mammography is the process of using low-energy X-rays to examine changes in the human breast.

Charles Sturt University offers a Graduate Diploma in Mammography as a pathway for graduates of health and science courses to develop the knowledge and clinical skills to become mammographic technologists.

The course has been designed to meet the growing demand for mammography services in Australia. Each subject involves a clinical placement component to ensure graduates have the practical skills and experience required to work in a clinic, such as BreastScreen Tasmania.

The course is delivered online and can be completed in one year with full-time study. For more information, visit the Charles Sturt University website