To see all protocols that comply with the WHO Essential Medicine List 

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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.

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We are recruiting for a temporary,18 month full time eviQ content author (nursing), for the medical oncology team. Applications close at 11:59pm on Monday 10th October 2022

We have changed the way updates to information that does not directly impact patient care, across multiple protocols, is recorded and communicated, This will allow for more timely updates of large volume sitewide content changes and ensure clear documentation and communication of changes to eviQ users.

A new rare cancers category has been developed under the medical oncology content area on eviQ. You will find medical oncology treatment protocols for rare cancers here.

eviQ's extravasation resources have been updated in conjunction with the upcoming eviQ Education Extravasation e-learning module to reflect current evidence, standardise terminology and rationalise content.