Resources and tools

ACSC supports primary, hospital and community based health professionals deliver optimal survivorship care through a range of fact sheets, online resources and tools.

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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.

We also recommend: 

Videos

Describing the role of primary care in cancer survivorship:

We invite you to provide feedback on the videos by completing our brief survey.

Tools

The ACSC has developed an online education resource: Cancer Survivorship – Introductory course.

The ACSC reviews the survivorship literature to provide summaries of the evidence and toolkits to guide implementation.

The ACSC has developed 2 versions of a Survivorship Care Plan template.

The ACSC provides permission to use or adapt the survivorship care plan template for your personal use.

The ACSC 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 – A Richard Pratt legacy.

Survivorship Care Plan (SCP) Component Database

The ACSC has also developed the SCP Component Database to support the development of SCPs for breast, prostate and colorectal cancer survivors. Database use is supported by the SCP Component Database User Guide.

ACSC provides permission for other health care providers to use or adapt the database.

Register here for the SCP Component Database and User Guide.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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, see their 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.

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