Free corporate and community presentations
Bowel Cancer Australia has been supporting companies, organisations and community groups - big and small - raise awareness about bowel cancer among their employees and members all over the country for more than 10 years.

Since 2002, the Rear in Gear Program has been taking vital information about the disease direct to company employees, organisations and community group members in their place of work.

The Programs aims to -

  • provide information on:
    - bowel cancer 
    - symptoms to look out for
    - ways to reduce your risk
  • encourage discussion amongst colleagues, family and friends of a subject which is often difficult to discuss
  • increase awareness and understanding of the importance of bowel cancer screening
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By prior arrangement with Bowel Cancer Australia, a representative can come to your company, organisation or community group and give a short talk about bowel cancer.  Our presentation, including a short DVD, will take about 30 minutes (including question time), and is designed to fit easily into the working day or your community group’s meeting schedule.

Presentations communicate potentially life-saving facts about bowel cancer, including symptoms to look out for and easy steps that people can take to help protect themselves against the disease.  All attendees receive an information pack outlining key bowel cancer facts, Bowel Cancer Australia's popular screening and risk assessment pathways and a family history questionnaire.

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Book a Rear in Gear presentation today!

We are pleased to be able to offer this service free of charge to companies, organisations and community groups.  If you are interested in Bowel Cancer Australia visiting your organisation please contact us via the form below.

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Bowel Cancer Australia Nutrition Lifestyle Challenge
Bowel Cancer Australia Bowel Cancer App
Banner Bowel Cancer Australia Screening Surveillance 300