Breast Cancer 2021 Summit Update
The Breast Cancer 2021 Summit has been postponed to the second half of July, with a view to holding the event in person. If this is not feasible, the summit will move online. Further details will be made available shortly. Thank you for your patience during this time.
To speak to the Victorian Tumour Summits team, please phone (03) 9496 3322, or email <NEMICSadmin@austin.org.au>.
Victorian Tumour Summits (the summits) are clinician-led forums to identify unwarranted variations in tumour-based clinical practice and cancer outcomes that could be addressed through state-wide action.
Multidisciplinary clinical working parties are formed to guide the planning of each summit, oversee data analysis and presentation, and guide the refinement of recommendations.
Clinical working parties comprise cancer clinicians based in metropolitan, rural and regional settings.
The summits are overseen by a Steering Committee who are responsible for leadership, project implementation and oversight and communication of project outcomes. The membership is made up of representatives from VICS Directors and Managers and Department of Health and Human Services - Cancer Strategy and Development (DHHS - CSD).
Steering Committee (February 2021)
|Ms Karen Botting (DHHS)||Ms Spiri Galetakis (DHHS)||Prof Jeremy Millar (SMICS)|
|A/Prof Paul Mitchell, Chair, (NEMICS)||Ms Alison Patrick (BSWRICS)||Ms Seleena Sherwell (SMICS)|
|Prof Jeff Szer (WCMICS)||Dr Craig Underhill (HRICS)||Dr Zee Wan Wong (SMICS)|
Reproduced from page 47, Victorian cancer plan 2020-2024
Victorian Tumour Summits
Victorian Tumour Summits are multidisciplinary clinician-led forums. They identify and address unwarranted variations in tumour-based clinical practice and cancer outcomes. The Summits review the current state of tumour-based care, population trends and clinical outcomes.
The Summits provide a way for clinicians to analyse variations in care. They then recommend activities and outcomes to address variations during the rollout of the OCPs. Using this priority approach, the Summits enable improvements at scale for the benefit of more people using Victorian health services.
Summits on prostate, oesophagogastric, colorectal (bowel), lung, pancreatic and head and neck cancers have already informed OCP rollout. Importantly, they have identified quality improvement activities to reduce unwarranted variation in care.
- December 2020
- October 2020
- September 2020
- August 2020
- July 2020
- June 2020
- May 2020
- March 2020
- February 2020
- Christmas 2019
- December 2019
- October 2019
- August 2019
- July 2019
- June 2019
- April 2019
- Christmas 2018
- November 2018
- September 2018
- July 2018
- May 2018
- March 2018
- December 2017
The summits is funded by the DHHS – CSD and VICS and delivered in collaboration with Cancer Council Victoria – Clinical Network.