Take our new mini-quiz to refresh your knowledge on ovarian cancer and listen to Alice's story.
Alice Fung is a Sydney Occupational Therapist who shares personal insights caring for her mother with ovarian cancer. Alice shares three key principals for health professionals working with non-english speaking patients and their families and how to empower, include and provide psychological safety.
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CAR T is coming!
Join our Rapid Learning review group for an opportunity to work on the new CAR T cell rapid learning. The Rapid Learning Review Group operates as a collective of health professionals who are invited in an opt-in style to participate in reviews every two months or so. Members who subscribe to this committee can apply their clinical expertise and advice to as many or as few rapid learning topics that emerge throughout the year.
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This is the year we launch ADAC! There has been lots of activity from the team, including a paediatric pilot of module 1 and planning for a facilitators training day in Brisbane in June. Our design team are working on modules 2 and 3, while content for modules 4-7 is being developed. It's a mammoth task and we're so excited to share the finished product this year!
Watch the new ADAC V4 update video →
New video! Hazardous drug and related waste spills
We have released our first ADAC video to support staff who may be required to decontaminate a spill and as a training resource for clinicians to use when cleaning a hazardous powder or liquid spill
A big thank you to St George hospital for kindly offering their facility for filming and our wonderful SME Sarah Chung who graciously agreed to play the leading role!
Watch the new 5 min video now! →
Extravasation reviewers wanted!
Cancer Nursing | Cancer Pharmacy | Medical
We are inviting cancer nurses, pharmacists and medical clinicians to join the review of our extravasation course and clinical resources. This eLearning supports health professionals response to anti-cancer drug extravasation injury and will align clinical content clinical resources and patient information resources with current evidence.
The review will run until June.
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LGBTQI cancer care: have you made your service more inclusive?
We are looking for stories from clinicians who have made service improvements to support a more inclusive environment for LGBTQI patients and their families. These stories will be used as part of a new module currently in development to facilitate culturally safe and inclusive LGBTQI cancer care.
Share your story →
The Year of the Tiger: a symbol of new beginnings!
eviQ Education celebrated the Chinese New Year with a tiger-themed virtual planning day! We spent the day delving into the wonderful insights from our planning survey and have once again used them to plan 2022.
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Facilitator training: Register for on-demand facilitator training and/or an online Q & A session webinar:
- ADAC Q & A session - Wednesday 16th March 2022 at 2.00 - 3.00 pm (AEDT)
- ADAC Q & A session - Wednesday 13th April 2022 at 2.00 - 3.00 pm (AEST)
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Q: "What are some practical tips to help me master patient education?"
A: Our patient education rapid learning follows the journey of “Jane” and highlights 3 practical tips you can implement today to master patient education.
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Did you know?
Up to 15 per cent of invasive ovarian cancers can be explained by an inherited gene fault in BRCA1 or BRCA?
Learn more with our Ovarian mini-quiz →