Rapid learning: New evidence: Exercise for people with cancer

COSA have published a position statement calling for “exercise to be embedded as part of standard practice in cancer care and to be viewed as an adjunct therapy that helps counteract the adverse effects of cancer and its treatment.” 

Learn how you can improve your patients' health outcomes by understanding and recommending appropriate exercise.

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Join an ADAC review group

We are pleased to invite your participation in the review of ADAC. There are lots of options for involvement - depending on your availability, interest and experience.

We're looking forward to working with you on delivering a great new version of ADAC!

Become an ADAC reviewer →

Facilitator in Focus

“I was involved in the introduction of eviQ education in my previous work place as an alternative to our orientation program. The previous program, while informative and comprehensive, required a lot of education resources to maintain current and evidence based content. We introduced ADAC through our online learning platform that monitors and manages enrolments and completion of learning and assessments. This organisation was in a rapid growth phase, establishing clinics throughout Australia and internationally. This change to our education system enabled the organisation to recruit and train non-chemo competent staff in a timely and uniform way, encouraging staff to be self-directed in their learning, with the administration of the leading taking place in a central location.  Workshops can be attended in person or via webinar, making a useful tool for any size organisation.

As an educator in a busy tertiary hospital, our office often gets enquiries regarding cancer specific issues and CVAD maintenance issues. I have found referring these enquiries to eviQ or ADAC very useful. Rather than dealing with all the education regarding these competencies I encourage the staff to complete the online modules and then assist with the practical skills workshops. This way we know that staff in other specialities have had access to the same education and procedures of CVAD management or chemotherapy safety. It makes coordinating cancer and chemotherapy education across a large and busy facility so much easier.”

Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference: oral presentation

​eviQ Education are thrilled to have been accepted as an oral presentation at the upcoming Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference in Sydney on Thursday, 13 September. Our abstract Providing the right information in the right way to support the delivery of the right care will be part of a concurrent session showcasing tools that support quality and safety in cancer care.

Registrations are still open for the free event, and we would love to see you there! The day will also be live-streamed and we will let you know when Lisa is presenting so you can tune in.

Register for the Innovations conference →

eviQ updates

Patient Information Sheets - now available in 10 languages

The eviQ 'Understanding chemotherapy' patient information sheet has been translated into ten languages including Arabic, Chinese and Vietnamese. eviQ hosts several translated information sheets for cancer patients.

Translated patient information sheets →

Updated eviQ protocols 

Check out the latest protocol updates, new protocols published and document updates...

eviQ updates →

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Clinical research has shown that physical activity during and following cancer treatment is not only safe but also improves health outcomes.


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