Introducing: Rapid Learning…in the time it takes to drink a cup of tea!
Rapid learning delivers small bursts of learning in about the time it takes to drink a cup of tea.
It’s quick, effective ‘just-in-time’ training and much like a cuppa, it’s easy to consume and fit into the busy day of a health professional.
The design is small and specific and will suit any device. We can develop the learning quickly to respond to changes in practice, new evidence, procedures, drugs and deliver new data and trends to arm you with the most up-to-date information quickly.
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... meet Evie
Evie is the reason we are developing our rapid learning series. She is time poor and struggles to stay up to date with the best evidence-based learning to care for her cancer patients. She completes her professional development reluctantly - after hours and at home!
We’ve analysed our data and there were too many Evies for our liking. So, we designed the rapid learning series to take no more than the time it takes to drink a cup of tea, and for the device closest to you when you do. We know you work hard for your tea break, now let your tea break work for you!
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Module 2: Monoclonal antibodies; Immune checkpoint inhibitors; Cancer vaccines; Non-specific therapies
Part two of our new immunotherapies course is now available. This is our more technical module designed for those interested in the mechanism of action of immunotherapy drugs. It summarises the four classes of immunotherapy drugs and explains the clinical indications for the different ways they work to treat cancer.
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Pilot centres needed: Immunotherapies
We are looking for three sites to pilot:
- A telephone triage tool: for identifying immune related adverse events over the phone
- An immunotherapies pre-administration patient assessment tool
These resources have been approved by our clinical advisory committee, and are ready for clinical testing.
To express your interest, please seek the necessary approvals from your management teams and contact Lisa.McLean@cancerinstitute.org.au
New case study: Radiation Oncology – colorectal cancer
In this new case study we meet Mrs Ali, a Lebanese mother of four who is diagnosed with colorectal cancer. We follow her journey as she undergoes radiation therapy simulation, planning, treatment, side effects and follow up – and touch upon the cultural considerations along the way.
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Facilitator's forum - last chance to RSVP!
RSVPs are still open the first eviQ Education face to face facilitator’s forum! The forum will take place on the 21 June 2018 at the Rydges South Bank Brisbane.
The program will run from 12.30pm – 6pm and will include a session workshopping the upcoming review of ADAC, an update on new resources, new ways of learning, guest speakers and opportunities to network.
We will release the program and introduce our guest speakers in next month’s update!
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Reviewers needed – Febrile Neutropenia Adult: We are still recruiting for our review febrile neutropenia review groups. Register now to lend your expertise: Febrile neutropenia review group
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Facilitator training (online webinar): Register for our next online facilitator training on Thursday 14 June 2018 from 1.30pm – 3.30pm (EST). Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and receive webinar login details.
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Did you know?
Working memory can only hold 4-5 bits of information at one time and information in working memory lasts only around ten seconds
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