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Community Representatives, Optimal Care Pathways Consumer Engagement

The Optimal Care Pathways are tumour specific resources which map the patient journey, aiming to foster an understanding of the whole pathway and its components to promote quality cancer care and patient experiences. Cancer Council is inviting expressions of interest in the Optimal Care Pathways Consumer Engagement Project Governance Committee, for the position of the Community Representative, and tumour specific advisory groups.

Please click here for further information on selection criteria.

To apply, or for more information about the roles or the project, please email Jenny Post at

A cancer diagnosis is often difficult to take in and everyone will have a different reaction.

Feelings of shock, anger, sadness, fear and helplessness may occur. Making sense of what happens next can be difficult.

The following cancer care pathways have been developed to help identify the steps and recommended care at each stage. Not everyone will follow each step of the pathway, but they will help you know what questions to ask your doctors so you receive the best care.

Information for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who might have cancer

The Victorian Department of Health and Human Services has commissioned Cancer Council Victoria to develop the Optimal Cancer Care Pathways. These will be adopted nationally.

The consumer OCPs have been developed into an interactive web portal. Visit

For more information regarding the current Pathways, please call 13 11 20.

This page was last updated on: Monday, July 24, 2017

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