Are you interested in a placement in oncology?

  18 October 2017  Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

The Clinical Placement Program in Cancer Survivorship is an opportunity for primary care professionals (GPs, practice nurses and community based Allied Health professionals) to gain knowledge in the area of cancer care and ongoing management in a shared care model with tertiary practice. A minimum of 8 public hospitals offering cancer services will provide placements between November 2017- April 2019.

By participating in the program you will be able to attend:

  • MDM meetings (treatment and investigation planning after initial referral)
  • Specialist clinics across Victoria (a range of clinics across cancer types and stages of management including post-treatment care)
  • Workshops

Currently applying for Cat 1 CPD points with RACGP

To express your interest please register here or contact Ashlee Bailey, Program Coordinator at or phone 03 8559 6222.

For more information regarding cancer survivorship and the role of general practice visit

Disclaimer: This article was provided by Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. While every effort has been made to ensure the information is accurate, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network does not warrant or represent the accuracy, currency and completeness of any information or material included within.