Health professionals play a key role in cancer control through cancer prevention, early detection, cancer diagnosis and treatment, survivorship and palliative care. Cancer Council Queensland aims to reduce the incidence of cancer, to diagnose cancer early, and enhance the standard of care to people impacted by cancer by engaging with health professionals and providing access to information and educational opportunities.
Health Professionals are encouraged to join the Health Professional Cancer Network. Network members will be provided with regular updates on cancer information resources and programs, research and professional development opportunities.
Register for Health Professional Cancer Network
Please browse the links below to view resources and health professional information programs, or access cancer support and information referral forms.
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program
- Professional Referrals and Resources
- Optimal Cancer Care Pathways
- Professional events and education
- Professional information
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For Health Professional events and opportunities, please visit our Professional Education page, or the Professional Symposiums and Conferences pages.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers are encouraged to register to become members of the Health Professional Cancer Network. The network provides regular updates on cancer information resources and programs, research and professional development opportunities. The information provided may assist health workers to provide information and support to the community, as well as referring…
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