Good Life-Cancer Survivorship: Provider forum
05 April 2022
A program for effective self-management in cancer within a community health setting.
“Cancer is a major cause of illness in Australia with over 1 million Australians living with or who have lived with cancer."
Cancer survival rates are improving rapidly due to advances in treatment and earlier detection. Co-ordinated, integrated access to allied health professionals and self-management support interventions, underpins quality survivorship care.
With experience and expertise in the delivery of chronic disease management programs, community health services are well placed to bring together acute/sub-acute cancer interventions with ongoing community-based support best suited to survivorship care.
In this forum for health professionals hosted by our ‘Good Life – Cancer Survivorship’ project team, speakers will discuss the recent evaluation of the ‘Good Life – Cancer Survivorship’ referral pathway and share their experiences working within this pathway.
When: Wednesday 18 May 2022
Time: 3.00pm to 4.15pm
Online event: Link will be provided when booking your ticket
Bookings: Essential via www.trybooking.com/BYRTF
Good Life - Cancer Survivorship (GL-CS) is a collaborative service development between healthAbility (formerly Carrington Health Ltd) and Eastern Health Acute Oncology Services and North Eastern Metropolitan Integrated Cancer Services (NEMICS) with funding provided by the Victorian Government.