Rapid learning - Smoking cessation 

We are thrilled to launch the first of our rapid learning series. Grab a cuppa and learn how your intervention could help improve prognosis, reduce treatment toxicity and improve the quality of life of cancer patients who smoke.

You can also subscribe to receive rapid learning updates direct to your inbox.

Rapid learning →


Facilitators' forum: wrap up

Thank you to all who joined us in Brisbane or virtually at our Facilitators forum last month. We are busily compiling all your fantastic feedback on ADAC and from the evaluation survey. If you haven't already done so, please let us know what you thought of the day and the initiative so we can ensure we are meeting your needs now and ongoing! The survey will close 11 July. 

For those who missed out on the day, you can view a recording here. 

Tell us what you thought! →


Changes to our website

We have made some improvements to the navigation of our website, including a dedicated Facilitators tab. This tab gives you easy access to your toolbox, registration forms and the online discussion forum. You need to login as a facilitator to access these pages.

You can find all our courses under Course library and Rapid learning now has its own tab.

Let us know what you think of the website changes →


Are you a radiation oncology nurse?

The radiation oncology nursing knowledge and skills (RONKAS) framework was presented for final consultation at the CNSA annual congress. This framework supports the standardised learning and competency assessment of nurses working in radiation oncology. The RONKAS framework will be available on the eviQ Education website later this year.

We are calling for subject matter experts to help write site specific guides for:
-     CNS and Head and neck
-     Thorax and abdomen
-      Pelvis
-      Extremities
-      Skin
-      Palliative

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New case study: Radiation Oncology – prostate cancer

In our new prostate case study, we follow the journey of Robert McKenzie as he navigates his way through radiation therapy for adenocarcinoma of the prostate. As Robert meets with members of his multidisciplinary team, he learns of potential acute, subacute and late side effects of his treatment and options to manage them.

View the case study →


‚Äč Request a rapid learning topic: Let us know if there's anything you would like included in our rapid learning series: eviqed@eviq.org.au

 eviQ Education flyers available for your practice: Featuring a catalogue of all our courses. Request hardcopies by emailing us your details: eviqed@eviq.org.au

 Facilitator training (online webinar): Register for our next online facilitator training on Thursday 19 July 2018 from 1.30pm – 3.30pm (EST). Please email us on eviqed@eviq.org.au to book your place and receive webinar login details.

 Share the love: If you have a colleague who may be interested in receiving this monthly update – please invite them to subscribe!

 Feedback please: We would love to hear what you think about this monthly update – so please drop us a line with any story ideas, requested content or to volunteer your learnings as a case study: eviqed@eviq.org.au


  

FAQ

How can I join a review group?

We list all open review group opportunities on our website. Join your peers and contribute your knowledge and skills to help us deliver high-quality, relevant online learning!

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Did you know?

Patients who continue to smoke following a cancer diagnosis experience increased treatment-related toxicities, have a poorer response to treatment and have a worse prognosis compared to patients who have never smoked or who have recently quit.

View the smoking cessation rapid learning