Resources and tools

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre (ACSC) supports primary, hospital, and community-based health professionals to deliver optimal survivorship care through a range of fact sheets, online resources, and tools. 

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre fact sheets for health professionals and survivors and carers are available for ordering via our resource order form.

Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre Fact sheets 

Topic-specific fact sheets to guide health professionals. 

Tumour-specific fact sheets for health professionals 

Companion resources for cancer survivors are also available. 

Other resources (non-Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre )  

Survivorship care plans is an online tool that can be used to create a survivorship care plan after treatment for: 

  • Early stage breast cancer 

  • Localised prostate cancer 

  • Early stage bowel cancer 

  • Early stage melanoma 

  • Uterine cancer (endometrial) 

  • Non-Hodgkin lymphoma (diffuse large B-cell) 

The website is quick and easy to use, and freely available to health professionals and patients. The website can be accessed at

Survivorship care plan template 

The ACSC also has developed two Microsoft Word versions of a survivorship care plan template. 

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre provides permission to use or adapt the survivorship care plan template for your personal use. 

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre provides permission for other health care providers to use or adapt the survivorship care plan template, with inclusion of the following acknowledgement: Adapted from template developed by Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre. 

We also recommend:  


Describing the role of primary care in cancer survivorship: 

Online learning 

The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre has developed an online education resource: Cancer Survivorship course

Visit our Health professional events and Survivorship education pages for more online learning opportunities.   

Multilingual Cancer Glossary 

The multilingual glossary has over 700 cancer terms in nine different languages. It has been designed as a resource for professional translators, interpreters and bilingual health professionals working in the cancer field. The glossary is a unique central tool that enables language professionals with access to accurate, consistent, and culturally and linguistically appropriate terminology.  

This project is a Cancer Australia Supporting people with cancer Grant initiative, funded by the Australian Government. 

Additional resources and services 

Victorian Integrated Cancer Services 

Victoria’s Integrated Cancer Services (ICS) are the Victorian Cancer Clinical Network and comprise clusters of hospitals and associated health services that deliver services for people with all types of cancers within a geographic area. 

For information about each ICS, including participating health services and service directories, please visit the Victorian Integrated Cancer Services website. 

Primary Health Networks 

Primary Health Networks (PHNs) have been established with the key objectives of increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of medical services for patients, particularly those at risk of poor health outcomes, and improving coordination of care to ensure patients receive the right care in the right place at the right time. To find out more visit the Department of Health website or click below to find a network in your state. 

State and Territory maps