Australia

All.Can Australia Limited: A new chapter begins for the initiative

Since the establishment of All.Can in Australia five years ago, the initiative has endeavoured to help all patients – regardless of their cancer type, demographic, or location – to navigate…

Parties urged to back broad cancer care navigation pilot in Tasmania

Advocacy group All.Can Australia is calling on both sides of federal politics to commit to funding the first pilot site for a national approach to cancer care navigation in Tasmania.…

Australia’s first pan-cancer navigation model delivered by All.Can Australia research

New research developed by All.Can Australia in collaboration with research partner Healthcare Management Advisors (HMA) highlights the potential benefits of establishing Australia’s first pan-cancer navigation model. The All.Can Australia Cancer…

Co-intelligence: Knowledge exchange overtaking competition to drive global cancer care progress

By Prof. Christobel Saunders,  All.Can Australia Steering Committee member, Prof. Surgical Oncology University of Western Australia and in-coming James Stewart Chair of Surgery Royal Melbourne Hospital We have all experienced…

Technology is the missing link to change the future of cancer care

By Bill Petch, All.Can Australia Co-Chair Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be one of the most stressful and unbalancing moments in a person’s life. The delivery of the news itself…

SPCC Webinar Series – 12 April: What is efficiency in cancer care in Australia

The next SPCC webinar taking place on 12 April 2021 will discuss “What is efficiency in cancer care in Australia”. Among the speakers will be Prof. Christobel Saunders of University…

All.Can Australia kicks off Cancer Care Navigator Project

To mark the third anniversary of its creation, All.Can Australia has officially commenced its next project, which sets out to analyse the economic and patient impact of Cancer Care Navigators,…

All.Can Australia launches national data from patient survey

All.Can Australia has launched the results of the national-level findings from the All.Can international patient survey. 

Australia joins international patient survey to improve cancer care

Australians who have been diagnosed and treated for cancer have the opportunity to share their experiences with the world as part of a global research project.