Welcome to eviQ
eviQ Radiation Oncology Protocols Survey (click here to access survey)
eviQ are seeking to engage clinicians from all states and territories to guide the further development and translation of eviQ Radiation Oncology protocols for use around Australia. eviQ would like to invite the Radiation Oncology community to participate in a short survey (5 -10 minutes) to evaluate and capture feedback regarding the accessibility and content of the current Radiation Oncology protocols.
The eviQ team would like to thank you in advance for your time.
Select links to see the information eviQ has to support health professionals & patients and carers
'Searching the literature made easy'
Literature searches are now available within most of the protocols on eviQ.
Refer to the 'Literature search' tab in each protocol for more information.
Link to a sample search
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.
Version 2 is now the only course available. Facilitators and LMS are aware of this change which took place 1 January 2014.
- Participants currently working in oncology areas wanting to undertake the course should contact their local ADAC facilitator for further information
- Facilitators should contact eviQ Education to register for the Facilitator pages that will allow access to the ADAC resources
CNSA eviQ Education Antineoplastic Drug Administration Course (ADAC) - Facilitation Skills Training Workshop - register now to attend the workshop in Melbourne on 24 July 2014
For more information visit the eviQ Education web pages
eviQ Patient Information Project Clinicians' Survey
We are undertaking a review of the eviQ patient information and would appreciate your help.
If you would like to subscribe to receive email notifications of new and updated protocols, please contact us.
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Last updated 22 April 2014