an online service of the cancer institute NSW

Welcome to eviQ


Select links to see the information eviQ has to support health professionals & patients and carers

Cancer Institute NSW is currently recruiting for a Project Manager to join the System Improvement team. 

This exciting role will suit someone from a clinical health background and offers the opportunity to bring project management and clinical skills together to improve the quality of the cancer system.  

The main focus being integrated care and patient experience. We are looking for health professionals who enjoy interfacing with their peers at all levels to improve patient outcomes and to make a difference.

Please click here for more information. Applications close: 07/08/16; 11:59pm

Understanding chemotherapy and treatment changes.

This patient information sheet will explain what chemotherapy is and how it is given. It also describes the rationale for why chemotherapy doses and schedules may be altered.  

Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

Information for Patients and GPs. Click here to see the fact sheet.

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

Translated Patient Information Sheets available!

eviQ has developed some new Patient Information Sheets about cancer treatments and their side effects. We hope that these will be useful for patients receiving cancer treatments, and their families.
The sheets have also been translated into 9 languages: Arabic, Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, French, Greek, Italian, Korean, Spanish and Vietnamese. 

Find out more here.


Smoking Cessation in Oncology

       Click here to access Smoking cessation in oncology

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Updated 24th June 2016          

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