For health professionals
Resources for health professionals
Please find below a collation of links to evidence based information and services:
Cancer Council Australia aims to support health professionals working in the field of cancer control. Included in this section are a series of easy-to-read factsheets to help GPs and other health professionals advise their patients about cancer prevention, screening and diagnosis.
A directory of primary care resources has also been developed. The directory provides a single point of access to state, territory and national cancer resources.
The oncology education section is designed to assist medical students, doctors and other health professionals involved in the manangement of patients with cancer.
Also included in this section is information about current fellowships available, as well as the latest conferences and events of interest to health professionals.
Cancer Learning is a professional development platform, providing access to evidence-based learning activities for health professionals, trainees, students and the wider community who are interested in cancer care.
eviQ Cancer Treatments Online is a point of care clinical information resource that provides health professionals with current evidence based, peer reviewed, best practice cancer treatment protocols and information.
eviQ’s primary audience is health professionals, but anyone may access the information on eviQ once they have registered for a username and password.
eviQ is designed to meet the needs of Australian clinical environment and supports a busy work flow in any clinical setting. This allows rural, remote and metropolitan health professionals, patients, carers and their families to access the same standard evidence based cancer treatment information.
The Cancer Institute NSW informs quality cancer care by giving health professionals the latest evidence-based treatments and safety standards.
The Leukaemia Foundation is Australia’s peak body for blood cancer, funding research and providing free services to support people with leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders, and their families.
Your Health Link links you to a broad range of Australian health related information and cancer organisations.