Cancer Australia is working with Menzies School of Health Research to develop a National Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander Cancer Framework.
The Framework aims to define evidence based priorities that can be used to inform the national cancer
control agenda, and ultimately contribute to improved health and wellbeing for Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander people with cancer and their families.
To inform the Framework, Cancer Australia is aiming to capture a wide range of perspectives from
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have been affected by cancer, including their families and
community. We also want to hear from all people who have a role in cancer control, including Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander health workers, GPs, nurses, specialists, allied health practitioners and people
who work in screening, prevention and palliative care.
There are a number of ways you can get involved and provide your important feedback:
1. an online survey; and/or
The online survey can be accessed from 24 February 2015 and will remain open until the 27 March 2015.
The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.
To complete the survey, please click survey here.
Online facilitated yarning place
The online yarning place is hosted at the National Indigenous Cancer Network (NICaN) yarning place on
the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet website.
If you have any issues with accessing the survey or online yarning place please contact Bridget Kehoe or
To find out more about this project please contact Senior Project Officer Samantha Webster at
Samantha.email@example.com or call 02 9357 9425.
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In the spirit of respect, Menzies School of Health Research acknowledges the people and the Elders of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations who are the Traditional Owners of the land and seas of Australia.