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The pathways have been endorsed by the Cancer Australia, Cancer Council Australia, the Australian Health Minister Advisory Council and the COAG Health Council (comprising Health Ministers representing all Australian jurisdictions).
In addition, each specific pathway was developed by an expert group including clinicians specialising in treatment of the particular tumour, GPs and consumers, and in consultation with medical colleges and peak health organisations.
They can also be used by clinicians and health professionals as an information resource to promote discussion and collaboration with patients and people affected by cancer.
Optimal Cancer Care Pathways have been developed for 15 tumour streams: lung, colorectal, hepatocellular carcinoma, prostate, lymphoma, melanoma, pancreatic, ovarian, malignant glioma, head and neck, breast, oesophagogastric, basal cell and squamous cell carcinoma, endometrial, and acute myeloid leukaemia.
The Vo XPol is an ongoing project, with another General Practice survey planned for late May 2018. Please contact [email protected], watch this short video, or ask your practice support contact on their next visit. Northern Queensland PHN previously announced it would fund FREE access to an emergency response planning tool (ERPT) to all general practices within the NQPHN footprint.
Following Cyclone Debbie last year, North Queensland residents experienced an increased demand for medical services in the affected areas, and the loss of power and structural damage made it difficult or impossible for some practices to function efficiently, as well as access essential information.
Mr Gregg, who has also worked within the United Nations, said he is passionate about improving primary health services for all northern Queenslanders.
Practices can keep these templates containing critical information about each practice and store and save them in the cloud for easy access following an emergency, or print them out in hard copy at any time.They aim to improve patient outcomes by ensuring that all people diagnosed with cancer receive the best care regardless of where they live or receive cancer treatment.The Optimal Cancer Care Pathways have been developed through the National Cancer Expert Reference Group and have achieved national agreement to pilot the adoption of some of these pathways in state and territory health services during 2016-17.This is the most comprehensive set of guidelines for cancer care in Australia.