Australia and New Zealand Lung Cancer Nurses Forum
Managing malignant pleural mesothelioma research study
We are conducting a research study aimed at learning more about how health professionals make dec...
Federal Budget 2014-15 Submission
Lung Foundation Australia is seeking funding for a two-year pilot program to provide Lung Cancer ...
Publication - The work left undone. Understanding the challenge of providing holistic lung cancer nursing care in the UK
In England best practice guidance in cancer recommends that all patients have access to a special...
Investigating the symptoms of lung cancer - a Qstream course for GPs
Cancer Australia is delivering a new online lung cancer course for health professionals (GPs and ...
Lung Foundation Australia is seeking Expressions of Interest for a ‘FREE’ Nurses education program
Lung Foundation Australia is working in partnership with Comcare Australia in the development of ...
The Australia and New Zealand Lung Cancer Nurses Forum website (ANZ-LCNF) is designed for the passionate nurses who make up the ANZ-LCNF.
Their common focus is improving patient care, health care delivery and outcomes for lung cancer patients, their families and carers. This network provides an opportunity for debate, education and knowledge transfer throughout the continuum of treatment.
Established by Lung Foundation Australia and endorsed by the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA), this special interest group will encourage nurses who have extensive experience to mentor those nurses who are new to the area.
The ANZ- LCNF has a steering committee of nurse representatives from around Australia and New Zealand. At present, the steering committee's focus is on:
- Recruitment of 2 new steering committee members to represent Victoria and Northern Territory.
- Membership drive