The Group’s key activities include:

  • Extending the reach of the Group’s educational and professional development activities through a regular webinar series on care coordination issues 
  • Advocating for matters affecting cancer service delivery, policy and care by continuing to build on the opportunities presented by the release of the Cancer Care Coordinator Position Statement
  • Facilitating communication and information sharing amongst cancer care coordinators
  • Exploring the implications for cancer care coordinators related to the changing environment 

Webinar - recording here (member content)
The COSA Cancer Care Coordination Group recently collaborated with CNSA to present this webinar in March 2021 "What really matters? Critical attributes of cancer care coordination in a complex world".

Professor Mei Krishnasamy
Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates

About this session:
This webinar examined the critical skills and attributes of Cancer Care Coordinators, acknowledging their work across multiple systems, with diverse caseloads across a range of environments. Drawing on recent research relating to the characteristics of expert cancer nurses, and the need for advanced assessment skills and principles of emotional intelligence, participants gained an understanding of the evolving attributes required of cancer care coordinators and were challenged to embrace professional and personal development strategies to advance / progress in the role.

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