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Dear eviQ users,
We are transitioning the servers on which eviQ is operating to new premises which means there are some configuration aspects that will change as a result of the move. This will be happening on Thursday 26 March at 6:30am.
The transition should be seamless, and as users you should not notice any changes to eviQ, it should operate as per usual.
However, if you work in a hospital that has strict controls on internet access, eviQ access will be through special configuration of the hospital firewall. If this access has been enabled via eviQ's IP address rather than domain name, you may have access issues after the transition as the IP address will change. Your IT team will need to reconfigure access of the firewall to re-enable your access. The new IP address is IP 184.108.40.206 (the previous IP address was 220.127.116.11)
After 8am on Thursday 26 March, if your access to eviQ no longer works:
- you will be able to access eviQ using an tablet or phone that is not on your hospital network.
- contact our eviQ team who will provide you with further information on the reconfiguration details
We are building a new and improved eviQ!
We have recently embarked upon a whole system rebuild of eviQ. This large and exciting project is being completed with an external vendor and 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 eviQ website will:
- be easily used on smart phones, tablets and with integrated clinical systems
- have enhanced user navigation experience and improved functionality
- have improved search engine functions
- allow for online editing of content for our external contributors
- no longer have a compulsory registration and login
Delivery date is planned for March 2016.
In the mean time the current eviQ website will continue to function as normal. We will be asking for user input and feedback, so watch this space for your chance to contribute.
Malnutrition in Cancer Modules
The Department of Health (Victoria) has funded the development of a number of eLearning resources targeting cancer care multidisciplinary clinicians in the hospital and community setting to improve awareness, recognition and understanding of malnutrition and to ultimately improve screening and earlier management of this high risk patient group. For more information visit the Malnutrition in Cancer homepage.
Cancer Implementation Science Resources
Bought to you by the Cancer Implementation Science Community of Practice, this online resources hub presents the latest tools, resources and news from Implementation Science to any one working to translate the latest evidence from research into everyday health care practice.
On this site you'll find the latest research completed in implementation science, tools and tips on how to design your research and translate evidence into practice, plus our events schedule and key contact information to help you access knowledge and generate collaborative opportunities across the community.
This website is aimed to support:
We encourage everyone working in or interested in implementation science and T3 research to bookmark and regularly check these pages for new resources, events and current information.
- Health practitioners wanting to best incorporate evidence into practice and quality improvement;
- Service delivery and innovation managers who are implementing change and quality improvement; and
- Researchers working within implementation science / T3 translational research.
|If you would like more information please contact Professional Education via email or phone on +61 2 8374 5683.
Literature searches are now available within most of the protocols on eviQ.
Click here for a quick tutorial.
Note: occasionally the searches may not display correctly or take too long to load (and will eventually timeout). This may be caused by Internet Explorer being unable to handle long URL's. You can rectify this by using Firefox, Safari or Google chrome. It is also a good idea to clear the cache regularly to ensure you are getting the most up to date search.
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Last updated 10th March 2015