Welcome to eviQ
Select links to see the information eviQ has to support health professionals & patients and carers
eviQ are currently recruiting for an experienced oncology pharmacist for a 12 month maternity position (full time or as a secondment). In this role you will have the opportunity to work within a team of content specialists and contribute to the development of cancer treatment information for health professionals with an emphasis on online services. Applications close Friday 11th September 2015.
For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We are building a new and improved eviQ!
We have recently embarked upon a system rebuild of eviQ which will also encompass the Professional Education component of eviQ, an upgrade to the Canrefer online NSW cancer services directory as well as a new patient navigation project.
The new user friendly eviQ website will be easy to use on smartphones and tablets, and with integrated clinical systems.
Watch this space for updates!
New on eviQ
Cancer treatment side effects: a guide for Aboriginal Health Workers
Developed by the Cancer Institute NSW, in collaboration with Aboriginal Health Workers and Menzies School of Health research, this resource provides important and practical information to safely manage the potential side effects associated with cancer treatment.
This booklet helps aboriginal health workers to understand safety issues for patients having chemotherapy. In addition, this guide provides information on educating patients about their treatment and effects of cancer on their social and emotional wellbeing.
Click here to link to interactive booklet (allows printing of individual pages)
Download the booklet
New Patient Information Sheets Available!
eviQ now has Patient Information Sheets translated in to 8 languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, Greek, Italian, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. These resources are very useful for patients receiving cancer treatments and their families.
Find out more here.
"Value-based health care"- 4th Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference
Thursday 15 October 2015
The Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference is a free, annual event hosted by the Cancer Institute NSW. The conference provides health professionals with an opportunity to hear, collaborate and share the latest innovations in quality cancer treatment and care. Click here for more information.
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Last updated 16th July 2015