ON DEMAND: Optimal Care Pathways for Blood Cancers – how to implement for improved patient outcomes

Thursday, 22 Sep 2022

Watch again as a panel of experts discuss the Blood Cancer Taskforce’s new national standards for optimising blood cancer treatment and care and learn how these will shape best practice and improve patient outcomes.

Hosted by Professor John Seymour
Clinical Haematologist and Associate Director of Clinical Research, Peter MacCallum Centre; Director of the integrated Haematology Department, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre and Royal Melbourne Hospital.


A/Prof Anoop Enjeti. Senior Staff Specialist Haematologist, Calvary Mater Newcastle; Conjoint Associate Professor, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Newcastle.

Dr Carolyn Ee. Supportive Care GP, Chris O’Brien Lifehouse cancer centre; Research Fellow, Western Sydney University; Survivorship Research Co-Lead and Scientific Committee Member, Primary Care Collaborative Cancer Clinical Trials group.

Raylene Cox. Director National Cancer Control, Cancer Australia.

Deborah Henderson. Blood Cancer Taskforce member and patient representative.

To access the Optimal Care Pathways, scan the QR codes below.

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Thank you to our partners This event was created independently by the limbic in collaboration with the Leukaemia Foundation, Blood Cancer Taskforce, HSANZ, ALLG, the host and presenters. All content was selected by the presenters, and all views expressed were those of the host and presenters only.

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