IMPROVE (Improving Management by Participatory Research in Oncology: the Victorian Experiment) is a collaborative research project between the CCV's Cancer Epidemiology Centre (CEC) and CBRC. The overall aim of IMPROVE is to improve cancer care and outcomes in Victoria for patients diagnosed with less common cancers. IMPROVE is examining patterns of care (how cancer is treated and managed obtaining data through clinical audits) and experiences of care for patients with multiple myeloma, diffuse large B cell lymphoma and kidney cancer. CBRC will lead the experiences of care component of this project. The specific aims of the project are:
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Publications: There are currently no publications from this study.
2010 - 2014
Graham Giles (CEC); Victoria White (CBRC); Michael Coory (CEC); Jeremy Miller (The Alfred Hospital); Damien Bolton (Austin Health); Ian Davis (Austin Health); Ingrid Winship (Royal Melbourne Hospital); Ian Roos (Cancer Voices Victoria); Melissa Southey (University of Melbourne); Gianluca Severi (CEC); Miles Prince (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre); Simon Harrison (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre); John Seymour (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre); Michael Jefford (Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre); David Hill (Cancer Council Victoria)
Victorian Cancer Agency