The state of mammographic image quality analysis in Australia

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Breast cancer affects 2.3 million women worldwide, with one in eight Australian women diagnosed annually. 1 The effectiveness of mammography in both the diagnostic and screening settings is dependent on the production of high-quality images, with image evaluation systems used to monitor positioning and radiographer performance.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 12 Apr 2023
EventASMIRT 2023 Conference - International Convention Centre, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 27 Apr 202330 Apr 2023 (Program) (Abstracts)


ConferenceASMIRT 2023 Conference
Abbreviated titleChampions of change. Honouring the past, embracing the present, shaping the future
OtherThe theme for this year’s Conference is Champions of change – Honouring the past | Embracing the present | Shaping the future.

We are looking for you, our current and future champions, to submit workshop proposals and abstracts. The conference will comprise an engaging program including a mixture of invited speakers, proffered papers, vibrant physical posters, specialised workshops and so much more.

Honour the past by sharing previous learnings and knowledge and how they still relate to current practice
Embrace the present by networking, collaborating and reconnecting with your peers and others in the profession
Shape the future by sharing your latest research and workplace protocols, professional standards and ongoing improvement of practice and person centred care across our profession.
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