Thank you for attending our Workshop at GP19.

Below are some resources that you may find useful around the role of primary care in shared cancer care.

Training courses

Online course via FutureLearn – Cancer Survivorship for Primary Care Practitioners   Many people are now living with and beyond cancer. This course will show you how to provide effective survivorship care. It is the first course of its kind for primary care health professionals.



For screening and cancer prevention guidelines consult the RACGP Red book. In 2014 The RACGP published Cancer Survivorship – the role of the GP written by PC4 Director Prof Jon Emery


EviQ is a free resource of evidence-based, consensus-driven cancer treatment protocols and information for use at the point of care. eviQ is developed for the Australian context and supports health professionals in the delivery of cancer treatments. GP fact sheet – common chemotherapy side effects GP fact sheet – common radiotherapy side effects Information to assist GPs in support patients receiving anticancer immunotherapy, IV chemotherapy, oral chemotherapy or molecular targeted anticancer therapy  


The Clinical Oncology Society of Australia has produced a model of survivorship care outlining critical components needed for care in Australia.


Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre is a multidisciplinary team working to improve outcomes for cancer survivors. The ACSC works with health professionals, survivors, community organisations and policymakers to improve outcomes for survivors.

Cancer Councils

Many state-based Cancer Council’s provide a series of cancer survivorship resources for GPs.

Primary care resources from the Cancer Council Australia Cancer Council Australia wiki is a web-based information and education resource on clinical practice guidelines that are constantly updated. Cancer Council Western Australia has a GP centric online learning tools, resources, and events

GP Circle

Become a member of PC4 and gain access to exclusive resources such as recruitment tips and advice videos, collaborations with other researchers and our GP Circle – be paid for your time when developing research.

Your hosts with the most:

Professor Michael Jefford
Director, Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre

Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

 Michael Jefford

Find out more about the Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre

Associate Professor Joel Rhee
Associate Professor of General Practice

University of Wollongong

 Joel Rhee
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