Multidisciplinary Care Toolkit


Multidisciplinary Care Toolkit


Multidisciplinary cancer care is a collaborative approach to treatment planning and ongoing care throughout the treatment pathway. Multidisciplinary care aims to ensure that members of the treatment and care team can discuss all relevant aspects of a cancer patient’s physical and psychosocial needs along with other factors impacting upon the patient’s care.

This series of tools was developed to help implement multidisciplinary cancer care:

  • Achieving Best Practice Cancer Care: A Guide for Implementing Multidisciplinary Care
  • Fact sheet: Multidisciplinary Care, A Model for Achieving Best Practice Care
  • Multidisciplinary meeting toolkit
  • Multidisciplinary Care: Statewide project presentation
  • Multidisciplinary Care, Cancer Nurses Society of Australia Winter Congress poster


Cancer Coordination Unit, Victorian Department of Human Services

Funding Sources:

State Government of Victoria, Department of Human Services


Release Date: 2005
Review Date: 2008
Original Summary: August 2008
Last Updated: 01/20/10

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