Adult neutropenia, fever and sepsis
Our new Adult neutropenia, fever and sepsis module is designed to support all doctors and nurses involved in the care of a patient with cancer. The eLearning explains the epidemiology, clinical manifestations and strategies for managing fever and neutropenia in adult cancer patients.
The module was developed in collaboration with WA Country Health Service, and is based on the principles of our existing Paediatric fever and neutropenia course.
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Psychosexual care of women affected by gynaecological cancers
This eLearning includes six modules that support health professionals with the skills to provide effective individualised psychosexual care to women and their partners affected by gynaecological cancer.
It includes information about sexuality, the psychosexual impact of cancer and its treatments, and knowledge and skills required by health professionals to assess and manage psychosexual sequelae.
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Lung cancer: Advancements in treatment and care
To mark Lung Cancer Awareness Month our newest rapid learning details the recent changes to the treatment of lung cancer, including how the use of systemic and radiation therapy has reduced toxicity and improved overall and progression free survival.
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Did you miss our Opioid rapid learning last month?
Our 3 minute mini-module Principles of opioid conversion includes a step by step guide to opioid conversion and highlights the tools available to support you at the point of care.
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New resource development survey: Introduction to haematology and BMT nursing
We are gathering information to inform the development of an exciting new module to support health professionals new to haematology and bone marrow transplant (BMT) nursing. If you have an interest in haematology or BMT nursing we'd love to hear from you!
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Hello from RANZCR!
Lisa McLean represented the team at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists Annual Scientific Meeting in Canberra this month.
We love hearing from our radiation oncology friends and will share some exciting developments in our next newsletter!
Rapid learning videos for your waiting rooms
Our rapid learning videos are available as mp4 files for your clinic waiting rooms. Our exercise and smoking cessation animations may support you in starting a conversation with patients in your care.
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Did you know?
In Australia, 81% of patients diagnosed with stage III NSCLC would benefit from radiotherapy as a part of their care plan.
Learn more with this month's new rapid learning: Lung cancer: advancements in treatment and care.