GO eNews 
The Geriatric Oncology Group is aiming to publish this newsletter twice yearly. Contributions are welcome from any members with an interest in geriatric oncology who would like to share their research, publications or initiatives with colleagues. Please contact cosa@cancer.org.au.

GO eNews July 2016  
GO eNews January 2017  
GO eNews July 2017 
GO eNews January 2018  
GO eNews July 2018 
GO eNews February 2019  
GO eNews July 2019

Video recordings from the Coming of Age: Hot topics in senior oncology session are available here (member-only content)

COSA Geriatric Oncology Strategic Planning Day 

Geriatric Oncology Strategic Planning Day Report - April 2016   (pdf, 581KB) 

The Geriatric Oncology Group Strategic Planning Day was held in Sydney in April 2016, bringing together leaders in the field of geriatric oncology from around Australia with interests encompassing medical oncology, geriatrics, nursing, pharmacy and palliative care. 

This day provided  the opportunity for the Group to review its achievements and seek agreement on future directions. Consensus was reached on the importance of focussing on two key areas: progressing a geriatric oncology research agenda and developing geriatric oncology clinical guidelines/guidance statements. These will both serve as vehicles for improving outcomes for older Australians with cancer. For more information visit the Group Activities page.

Cancer Forum
Cancer Forum is the official publication of COSA and Cancer Council Australia, and is Australia’s leading journal for multidisciplinary health professionals working in cancer. The focus of these editions of Cancer Forum is on cancer in the elderly and includes articles written by members of the group. These editions cover geriatric oncology across Australia and internationally, geriatric assessment and interventions, poly pharmacy, cognition and research, as well as other aspects of cancer in the elderly.
November 2013
March 2008

Online learning  
eviQ Geriatric Oncology
This online program has been developed for nurses who work with older people affected by cancer and who wish to develop their knowledge and practice skills in geriatric oncology nursing care

ASCO GO Resources and Updates

ASCO eLearning

Cancer Australia cancerlearning.gov.au

SIOG E-learning/expert interviews

SIOG Geriatric Oncology articles

SIOG Guidelines 

Cancer in older people: a tale of two disciplines 
Management of cancer in the elderly presents an unprecedented challenge in Australia with the proportion of the population aged over 65 years set to double over the next four decades.

Previous COSA Geriatric Oncology Group Workshops 
Geriatric Oncology Clinical Professional Day Workshop 2013  
Geriatric Oncology Concept Development Day Report 2013 
Geriatric Oncology Workshop Report 2008