ScreenKeeper - because prevention is much, much better than cure.


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Important notice

ScreenKeeper is not currently available for download. We are working to secure support to re-release a new and improved version of the application, with added features to make it even easier to keep track of your important health screens. Please contact us for further information.

A risk you shouldn't take

Although Australians have access to free screening for cervical, breast and bowel cancer, only around half of those eligible take up the offer. 1

Cancer screens are tests which can detect certain body changes or early signs of cancer. Some are offered as part of a population screening program - for example, BreastScreen Australia, the National Cervical Screening Program and the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program. Others, such as prostate examinations, may be recommended by doctors for certain people who are deemed to be at risk. Maintaining a regular screening schedule, in line with recommendations, plays an important role in the early detection of many cancers.

Timing is everything

Screening recommendations differ according to your gender, age, and history of previous test results. It's important to be aware of when you are due for screening, and there are several services available to help you remember. For example, women can have their details added to a cervical screening register, and many medical practices have a reminder system in place.

Of course, these systems rely on you keeping your contact details up-to-date, and those who change GPs may miss their reminder.

Introducing ScreenKeeper

ScreenKeeper is a free app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, which can help you to keep track of your important health screens.
With ScreenKeeper you can:
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a list of recommended cancer screens for people your age and gender.
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details of previous screens you've received.

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detailed information about your screens, including the dates you are next due to be screened.
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reminders, so you can be sure you won't forget when your next screen is due.

Keep in touch

ScreenKeeper was developed by Reach HPI, a West Australian company focussed on using new technology to improve health outcomes for Australians. Keep up-to-date with Reach HPI news and information, including new health apps under development, by subscribing to our mailing list.