New Lung Cancer Screening Education and Training survey

  13 April 2022  Cancer Australia   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

Cancer Australia, in partnership with the Australian Government Department of Health, has commenced the early scoping of a potential national lung cancer screening program. As part of this work, Cancer Australia has engaged the University of Melbourne to undertake initial scoping work on workforce requirements for a potential Lung Cancer Screening program.

Part of this work involves a short survey (7-10 minutes) to identify future training and education needs across the healthcare workforce. The Lung Cancer Screening Education and Training Survey seeks healthcare workers’ perceptions of their education and training needs in supporting the delivery of a potential Lung Cancer Screening Program.

Survey purpose

Your response will help us to understand the education and training needs in your professional area to effectively supporting a lung cancer screening program. The survey results will be communicated to Cancer Australia and inform the work on the development of a proposed program.

The survey:

•Begins with information about a potential lung cancer screening program
•Should take approximately 7-10 minutes to complete
•Participation in this survey is voluntary
•You may withdraw from participating in the survey at any time without providing a reason
•Responses are confidential
•Responses will close COB Tuesday 26 April.

The survey link is here, or the QR code below:

Win a Red Balloon voucher

At the end of the survey, you can choose to be in the draw to win one of six $200 Red Balloon vouchers. The draw will be conducted in May 2022 and winners contacted by email.

Disclaimer: This article was provided by Cancer Australia. 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.