The Coordinator e-Newsletter 
Group members are encouraged to share information on their research, projects, events and publications for inclusion in future editions to cosa@cancer.org.au.  

'The Coordinator' April 2021
‘The Coordinator’ March 2020
Past editions (member content)

Position Statement 
The COSA Cancer Care Coordinator Position Statement outlines COSA’s position on the role of cancer care coordinators and provides guidance for consumers, health professionals, health service managers and funders on the effective integration of these roles into cancer care delivery.

Webinars  
What really matters? Critical attributes of cancer care coordination in a complex world - 30 March 2021 (member content)
Collaborative COSA-CNSA webinar presented by Professor Mei Krishnasamy and Distinguished Professor Patsy Yates. This webinar examines 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 gain an understanding of the evolving attributes required of cancer care coordinators and are challenged to embrace professional and personal development strategies to advance / progress in the role.

Connecting cancer care using digital tools - 3 July 2019 (mp4) (member content)
- An overview of digital solutions in cancer care - Haryana Dhillon (pdf)
- Experiences with using digital solutions - Colette Cole (pdf)
- Webinar Q&A (pdf)

How to bring the ‘out-of-sight, in-to-sight’: The significant impact of cancer on the family – what can we do about it? - 8 August 2017 (member content)

Care, Complexity & Clarity - 26 July 2016 (mp4) (member content)
* COSA members may access the webinar recording and slides but should note that the version of the complexity index presented is not the final version 
         
Webinar Q&ACare, Complexity & Clarity – 26 July 2016 (pdf)