Join us for a 90 minute webinar to introduce the Day of Treatment (DOT) assessment tool, a standardised risk assessment tool to support you to evaluate and grade toxicities that your patients may be experiencing on the day of treatment and escalate their care appropriately.
This activity is eligible for self-directed professional development points.
Joan has worked in Cancer Care for 33 years, the past 10 years here in Australia. She was the Lead Chemotherapy Nurse and Advanced practitioner for her organisation in the UK, and is currently Nurse Manager of the Chemotherapy Day Units at Peninsula Health.
Joan led the development of the Australian version of the Telephone triage toolkit with eviQ and has joined the team in 2020 to once again lead the adaption of an international tool to the Australian context.
Julie Evans is a Nurse Unit Manager in a regional cancer care service working on the Fraser Coast. Having emigrated to Australia from the UK in 2012, she has extensive experience in cancer nursing, specializing in breast care, genetics, and clinical leadership. She has a passion for consumer engagement, patient outcomes and acute oncology.
Julie has been an active member of CNSA for the past 6 years, is a committee member for the QLD and NT specialist group for the past 3 years and has worked with CNSA Congress committee and McGrath Foundation for the 2018 CNSA Annual Congress. She was also a member of the UKONS acute oncology 24-hour triage Australian national working group. She is a peer reviewer with Australian Journal of Cancer Nursing and member of eviQ nursing reference group.
Qualifications include MSc Advanced Clinical Practice (Cancer), Diploma in Cancer Nursing, PG cert Breast Care Nursing, PG cert Advancement in Cancer Genetics, Batchelor of Nursing and Credentialed Cancer Nurse (Australia).
John currently works as a Nurse Practitioner in WA Medical Oncology, Bendat Comprehensive Cancer centre, Subiacoh. John completed his Bachelor of Nursing at University of Liverpool in 2004 and went on to complete his MSc Advanced Practice in Oxford, UK and became a Nurse practitioner in 2010. He is a committee member on the CNSA Cancer Nurse Practitioner Specialist Practice Network and is National CNSA Communication Officer. John has a background in Haematology & Bone marrow transplant but developed a keen interest in medical & acute oncology through the development & launch of a UK Cancer & Haematology Rapid access helpline and toxicity clinic.