WCMICS annual report 2021-22
As we prepare for the year ahead, we're proud to reflect that throughout this year, again, we have continued to remain focused on improving patient experiences and outcomes by connecting cancer care and driving best practices.
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WCMICS annual forum 2022
A year in review.
Celebrating a small sample of cancer service improvements from across our region for 2021-22.
A recording of the recent WCMICS virtual Annual Forum is available for viewing!
Fertility After Cancer
Know your options for having children in the future
WCMICS is proud to launch the Fertility After Cancer campaign to raise awareness about fertility preservation options available to patients following a cancer diagnosis.
Cancer, and cancer treatment, can affect fertility or the ability for survivors to have children. There are several safe and effective fertility preservation (or oncofertility) options.
Meet your virtual nurse Joanne! patient education videos
Patients often struggle to retain the amount of new information received in education sessions which can lead to poor retention, repetitive questions and limited engagement in their care.
We have developed short animated videos for patients during education sessions. The videos complement exisitng education practices, providing consistent bite-size information.
Cancer Mind Care: an self-help platform for people affected by cancer
Cancer Mind Care is a free, self-help online platform that offers tailored mental health support. With all details anonymous and confidential, Cancer Mind Care represents a non-threatening, first step for individuals seeking access to cancer psychology support and services
Accessing WCMICS Data & Information Service
WCMICS provides free Information and Data Management services to our member organisations, to help fulfil our role to encourage collaboration within the WCMICS network, and support evidence-based service development.
Telehealth is the secure transmission of a clinical consultation by videoconference over the internet. It is a convenient option for consultations with health professionals without you having to travel to the hospitals.
My Cancer Diagnosis Explained
My Cancer Diagnosis Explained (MCDE) is a resource that is used to provide patients and their carers, individualised written information at the time a patient is first told of their cancer diagnosis.
MCDE supports the ‘diagnosis and next steps’ conversation.
The Victorian Integrated Cancer Services are supported by the Victorian Government
© 2022 Western & Central Melbourne Integrated Cancer Service
The Victorian Government acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land and acknowledges and pays respect to their Elders, past and present.
We are committed to safe and inclusive work places, policies and services for people of LGBTIQ communities and their families.