Optimal Care Pathways (Cancer Council)

The optimal care pathways describe a model of cancer care that puts the patient at the centre of care decisions. They describe a national standard of high-quality cancer care that all Australians should expect.

The optimal care pathways aim to improve patient outcomes through promoting quality cancer care and ensuring that all people diagnosed with cancer receive the best care, irrespective of where they live or receive cancer treatment.

IRSA has provided input into the following OCP’s –

Colorectal, Hepatocellular carcinoma, High-grade glioma, Lung and Oesophagogastric cancers.

They are now published and available here – Optimal cancer care pathways | Cancer Council