Addressing cancer survivors' needs
We develop and evaluate health innovations that promote the best outcomes for patients, delivered by high-quality, sustainable health services. Through research that is supported by significant competitive grants and industry contributions, we aim to:
- address cancer survivors’ needs
- enhance the integration of care
- optimise models of care.
- not-for-profit organisations.
Our research provides the evidence base for improved cancer survivor care.
Our research outcomes contribute to continuing professional education for cancer care professionals.
Our people actively advocate for quality cancer survivor care with government and health service organisations.
Our people hold leadership positions within patient and practitioner peak bodies.
Current research projects
Other research areas
Queensland Collaborative for Cancer Survivorship
QUT leads the Queensland Collaborative for Cancer Survivorship (QCCS) – a consortium of researchers who are committed to improving cancer survivorship across Queensland.Visit QCCS
Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) clinical trial
The Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) clinical trial aims to find which self-managed treatments (heat or massage) reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy.Visit CIPN