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

eviQ relies on its clinical expert groups (eviQ reference committees) to help develop and review the treatment protocols and clinical content available on eviQ. If you are a practising medical (consultant, fellow, trainee), nursing or allied health clinician within Australia, we invite you to contribute to this process by becoming a member of one of our reference committees.

There are five eviQ reference committee groups: cancer genetics, bone marrow transplant, haematology, medical oncology and radiation oncology, each chaired by practising clinicians. Each group meets 2-3 times per year to review and discuss the content provided on eviQ based on current literature available at the time. Meetings are generally focused to specific tumour groups, malignancies or clinical topics. As a reference committee member you are not expected to attend every meeting. Reference committee meetings are held at the Cancer Institute NSW in Sydney and travel expenses are covered by the Institute.

eviQ encourages trainees to contribute to the development and review of content. For more information on the trainee program, please see the FAQs – Contributing to eviQ and select the trainee option below when completing the form below.

For further information about how eviQ reference committees function, please see the FAQs – Contributing to eviQ

Simply fill out the form below to register your interest in participating in eviQ reference committee actives and eviQ staff will be in contact with you soon.
 

Please select the eviQ reference committee(s) you would like to participate in:






e.g. breast, colorectal etc