Poster Presentations

Please see a list of the posters presented at the 2015 Survivorship Conference below. To view a PDF copy of a presentation, please click on the highlighted title. Note, not all presentations are available to view online.

Neil Piller
Proactivity in the recognition, treatment and management of lymphoedemas following treatment for cancer

- Instructions for Arm/Leg Exercise and Deep Breathing Program
- Instructions for Arm Exercise and Deep Breathing Program

Sahban Wael Al Shehabi
Delay in diagnosis of lung cancer in general practice abs# 38

Gabrielle Asprey
Collaborating to deliver an effective survivorship program abs# 39

Sue Bartlett
Beyond Breast Cancer Survivorship Day abs# 40

Lisa Bedson
Fertility Follow-up After Cancer Treatment  abs# 41

Pamela Bou Sejean
On a path to personal post traumatic growth: From cancer patient to social media lobbyist abs# 42

Amy Chiu
Developing a Survivorship Culture at the Mater Cancer Care Centre: Showcase of Projects abs# 43 

Robin Curwen-Walker
LiveWell. A description of a pilot goal setting workshop for cancer survivors at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre. abs# 45

Heather Davis
Breast cancer shared care follow-up from demonstration project to sustainable model abs# 46

Kylie Dunning
Advances in Oocyte Cryopreservation: Egg Freezing is now a viable fertility preservation option for oncology patients. abs# 47

Michael Fitzgerald
"Life, not cancer" - A pilot of community based survivorship care delivery in Southern Adelaide. abs# 48
 
GI Cancer Institute/Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (GICI/AGITG) Consumer Advisory Panel 
'Engage' Community Forums to raise awareness of Gastro-Intestinal cancers – an initiative led by GI Cancer survivors and carers. abs# 44
 
Peter Hallett
Adult cancer survivors' experience of healthcare interactions and unmet needs in healthcare services: a systematic review abs# 49 

Peter Hallett
An overview of the structure of the multi-disciplinary Oncology Rehabilitation Program at Calvary Rehabilitation Hospital and evaluation of the program. abs# 50

Deborah Hart
A role for massage in cancer survivorship abs# 51 

Joint Community Advisory Group (JCAG)
Strengthening survivor’s roles in cancer trials advisory groups. abs# 53

Bogda Koczwara
Supporting Return to Employment after Cancer in Disadvantaged Communities  abs# 54 

David Larkin
What matters to me? Consumer engagement to inform a survivorship model of care in the ACT abs# 63

Janelle Levesque
Coping-Together: A Self-Management Intervention to Address the Psychosocial Needs of Couples Affected by Cancer. abs# 55 

Tennille Lewin
The JumpStart Blood Cancer Survivorship Program- Bridging the gap between dependence and renewed independence in everyday life abs# 56 

Lynette Mackenzie
Defining the role of occupational therapy in cancer survivorship abs# 57 

Lynette Mackenzie
Evaluating subtle cognitive changes in women following chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer: A functional perspective. abs# 58 

Lynette Mackenzie
What do Australian Oncologists think about cognition and cancer? abs# 74

Julie Marker
Why aren’t we ‘Measuring what matters to cancer survivors’ in Australia? abs# 59 

Lea Marshall
Work in progress: A regional systems approach to development of an end of treatment summary for patients and their GPs from cancer specialists abs# 60

Fiona McRae
What women say – experiences from participating in a survivorship project abs# 62 

Inga O'Brien
Hospital-based supported self-management intervention for colorectal cancer survivors: Acceptability and feasibility in New Zealand abs# 64 

Don Piro
Life after the Big C abs# 66 

Meron Pitcher
Physical and psychosocial issues after definitive treatment for breast cancer abs# 67 

Alan Pottie
Volunteering for Cancer Council NSW; A Survivor's Experience abs# 68

Josephine Samers
Sharing the care: an innovative model of care for GP and specialist collaboration in the management of late effects of cancer treatment. abs# 69 

Agnik Sarkar
Clinical Awareness and Knowledge of Breast Cancer Related Lymphoedema in Australia - An Online Survey abs# 71

Jason Schild
Working together to ensure structured exercise is safe and more accessible for cancer survivors  abs# 72

Maryanne Skarparis
Fit to Thrive: A Specialised Exercise Program to support patients with a haematological malignancy. abs# 73 

Danielle Spence
Survivorship issues for young women – a BCNA Consumer Representative’s reflection abs# 52 

Danielle Spence
Survivorship challenges for Australian women with breast cancer abs# 61

Jane Turner
Body weight, physical activity levels, and dietary changes in cancer survivors attending Sydney Survivorship Clinic abs# 75

Megumi Uchida
The experiences and preferences of shared decision making and their associated factors among cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy abs# 76 

Agnes Vitry
Research on cancer survivorship in Australia: current status, gaps and needs abs# 78