The eviQ Education program and eviQ Education website (together, "eviQ Education") of which eviQ Education Courses are a part, contain information, data, documents, protocols, clinical tools, assessments, workshops, procedures, guidelines, and images prepared by the Cancer Institute NSW("the Information").
The Information is provided to assist health professionals learn about "point of care" cancer health care practice. The Information includes various modules comprising e-learning and other learning and assessment processes including guides for clinical learning and skill assessment, workshops and simulations.
The Cancer Institute NSW retains responsibility for all content development and/or changes to eviQ Education at its discretion. No access to content development and/or changes to eviQ Education is permitted except with the express written permission of the Cancer Institute NSW.
eviQ Education is designed for users in Australia. The Cancer Institute NSW makes no representation or warranty that the content of eviQ Education complies with the laws of any country. It is the Health Care Facility’s responsibility to ensure that access and use of eviQ Education is in accordance with any applicable laws, including, but in no way limited to, privacy laws.
The Cancer Institute NSW does not warrant or represent that the Information is free from errors or omissions. Furthermore, changes in circumstances after the time of publication of the Information may impact on the accuracy of the Information. The Information may be changed without notice. The Cancer Institute NSW (including its officers, employees and agents) is not in any way liable for the accuracy of any Information and does not accept any liability to the users of the Information for any personal injury, death, loss, damage, cost or expense incurred or arising by reason of any person using or relying on the Information and whether caused by reason of any error, negligent act, omission or misrepresentation in the Information or otherwise.
The Cancer Institute NSW does not guarantee that the Information will be available at all times for all users. From time to time the Information may become unavailable without prior warning for various reasons and for various periods of time. It is recommended that frequent users take such measures as they consider necessary to deal with this possible occurrence. The Cancer Institute NSW (including its officers, employees and agents) is not liable in any way for the unavailability of the Information, nor for the accuracy of any information printed and stored by a user.
While it is intended that eviQ Education provide a quality learning program and care has been taken to describe and include the most appropriate cancer health care practice and cancer treatment programs in the Information, the Cancer Institute NSW (including its officers, employees and agents) accepts no liability for any consequences in relation to use of the Information. Further, the Information is not intended to cover every potential area of cancer health practice or every clinical scenario.
The Information is not intended to replicate or replace the knowledge, skills and experience of trained oncology or other health professionals, nor is it a substitute for clinical judgement and advice. Cancer clinicians are advised that the Information provides educational resources in relation to cancer health care practice and cancer treatment information only. Any treatments, procedures, practices or treatments described in the Information are based on reviews of the best evidence available to eviQ Education program co-developers at the time of writing and are endorsed by the relevant eviQ Education clinical expert advisors and eviQ Education management team.
Clinicians should exercise professional judgement in evaluating the Information, and are encouraged to confirm the Information with other sources before undertaking any treatment based on it. eviQ Education is not intended to override professional training requirements, or hospital or employer policy or requirements.
The Cancer Institute NSW takes no responsibility for the accuracy, currency, completeness, reliability and correctness of any information included in the Information provided by third parties nor for the accuracy, currency, completeness, reliability and correctness of links or references to information sources (including Internet sites) outside of the Cancer Institute NSW. Any links to other Internet sites are provided for information only. References to third party links do not imply any endorsement, non-endorsement, support or commercial gain by the Cancer Institute NSW.
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