What's new in September, with links to support, information and other items of interest.
- Virtual Victorian Cancer Survivorship Community of Practice
- Lymphoma Australia webinar: ‘Working & Lymphoma’
- September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month
- Precious Time: Victoria's largest online resource for end-of-life care and support
Virtual Victorian Cancer Survivorship Community of Practice
The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre and the Victorian Department of Health will jointly host the Victorian Cancer Survivorship Community of Practice (COP).
The October COP will be held online on 4 October, 2.00pm–4.00pm.
This forum offers professionals working with individuals affected by cancer the chance to discuss crucial survivorship topics and learn from providers delivering high-quality care across Victoria.
Lymphoma Australia webinar: ‘Working & Lymphoma’
This is part one of a 3 part mini-series aimed to help support families through a lymphoma diagnosis.
This webinar was presented by Occupational Therapists from Selsus, Andrew Smith and Dr Amy Wallis.
September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month
Visit the Counterpart Navigator for reliable information and resources on different types of gynaecological cancer:
- ovarian, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal
- uterine (including endometrial)
Sections include ‘just diagnosed’, ‘having treatment’, ‘after treatment’ and more.
Precious Time: Victoria's largest online resource for end-of-life care and support
Precious Time has been created by the North Western Melbourne PHN to support people to die well, including allowing people to be cared for and to die at home as they wish.
The Precious Time platform has been designed in collaboration with people, carers and clinicians.