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michaela.long@waitematadhb.govt.nz - 19/11/2019 6:47:13 PM
   
Areas you use eviQ
Hi,
Do the facilities you work in use eviQ guidelines for only oncology and haematology areas?
I am thinking of areas like Renal and Rheumatology which use antineoplastic drugs - do those areas in your facilities adhere to eviQ guidelines for PPE and waste management?
Really interested to know what everyone is doing :)
Thanks
Michaela

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eviq ed - 21/11/2019 11:25:11 PM
   
RE:Areas you use eviQ
Hi Michaela, Great question to post and I can't resist answering.

We have an ADAC course precisely for that situation. Its the ADAC in the Non-cancer setting course. It contains a compressed set of topics, content and learning outcomes for non cancer settings as you have mentioned. Check it out -: https://education.eviq.org.au/courses/antineoplastic-drug-administration-for-the-non-can
I can't hyperlink it, but you can copy and paste. Hope that helps.

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sarah.powles@act.gov.au - 10/12/2019 3:12:44 AM
   
RE:Areas you use eviQ
Yes - Module 1 is for generic use. Here it is used by theatre staff for intravesicle chemo patients. We also have other areas who administer MABs but don't believe they follow ADAC.