Welcome to eviQ
A free resource of evidence-based, consensus driven cancer treatment protocols and information for use at the point of care. eviQ is developed for the Australian context and supports health professionals in the delivery of cancer treatments.
Module 1: Introduction to the haematological system is available now, developed in collaboration with the Agency for Clinical Innovation NSW.
The Victorian Therapeutics Advisory Group (VicTAG) in conjunction with Victorian health services have developed a Chemotherapy Audit Toolkit, currently available for CHARM and paper systems, and a guide for producing a report for MOSAIQ.
The eviQ program would like to thank and farewell Associate Professor Craig Lewis and Dr Nada Hamad as they step down from chairing the Medical Oncology and Haematology Reference Committees, respectively.
Pharmaceutical opioids are now responsible for far more deaths and poisoning hospitalisations in Australia than illegal opioids such as heroin.
The recently launched TGA Prescription opioids hub lists consumer and health professional resources and a series of relevant questions and answers.