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Paediatric fever and neutropenia eLearning update

The paediatric febrile neutropenia eLearning module has been revised to include updated information about causes of infection and risk stratification in children with cancer and FN.

The module reviews the epidemiology, clinical manifestations and strategies for managing fever and neutropenia in paediatric cancer patients.

Co-created by PICS and Cancer Institute NSW, and endorsed by the Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG), the module takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and can be accessed via the button below.

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New course: Is it cancer? A guide to early recognition in children

Developed by PICS with input and review from the Children's Cancer Centres at The Royal Children's Hospital (RCH) and Monash Children's Hospital. The module will be hosted on both the Australian College of Emergency Medicine (ACEM) and RCH Education platforms.

This course provides information to support early diagnosis of cancer in children and is intended for clinicians working in primary care and emergency departments. It is also applicable to healthcare workers in paediatrics and paediatric oncology.


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