Breast Cancer Qstream – primary care across the cancer continuum, has been developed by Cancer Australia with a multidisciplinary group of breast cancer experts. It is designed to provide rural health professionals with evidence-based online education about breast cancer treatment and care across the cancer continuum. The course provides evidence-based case studies and clinical questions about the management of breast cancer in the primary care setting.
This course is accredited by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) for 30 Planned Reflective Professional Development points and with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) for 12 category 2 ALM points as incentive for health professionals to participate.
This course is endorsed by ACN according to the Continuing Professional Development Endorsed Course Standards. It has been allocated 6 CPD hours according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia – Continuing Professional Development Standard.
Cancer Australia has commissioned the Workforce Education and Development Group, at The Universtiy of Sydney to implement and evaluate the course via the Qstream online learning platform.
Your first step is to click on the "Enrol now for FREE" button. After that you will need to press "Click here to sign up" and create a new account if you are a new user in this system.
You will be sent a few short, case-based questions every second day. It will only take a few minutes each day to answer the questions.
The questions are repeated over time in a systematic way depending on how you answer them. If you correctly answer a question twice in a row the question is retired and you will not receive it again. You will receive feedback and references after answering each question.
Please feel free to comment on individual questions as you work through the course. A comment box is provided after you have attempted a question. A short, one minute, online evaluation link will also be provided after you have completed the course. We appreciate your feedback.
Cancer Australia gratefully acknowledges the support and input of the members of the Breast Cancer Qstream Project Working Group who contributed their time and expertise to the development of this course.
Cancer Australia does not accept any liability for any injury, loss or damage incurred by use of or reliance on the information. Cancer Australia develops material based on the best available evidence, however it cannot guarantee and assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the currency or completeness of the information.
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Q-stream was a very effective means of continual learning for health professionals working in a busy role as it can be done at a time of their convenience. I also found the that by repeating the questions, it created a great method for learning as there was no pressure. The thorough explanations provided with the answers provided a great insight also.
great course thanks
Congratulations. This course was informative and assisted with information consolidation. The issues were relevant and broad. The course provided insight into the issues raised in a GP practice which was also interesting. I look forward to more Qstream courses.