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Supporting multidisciplinary cancer care in community and private practice
AHOG is group of Allied Health (AH) clinicians committed to providing best practice oncology care across the continuum. AHOG aims to enhance interdisciplinary relationships through shared resources, education, events, fundraisers and collaborative models of care. AHOG’s collaborative nature aims to improve access to and awareness of specialised oncology care.
Elise and Lauren founded AHOG after identifying that AH oncology clinicians working in the private sector would benefit from increased support and networking to improve knowledge, strengthen relationships and optimise patient care during treatment and into survivorship.
To create a network of like-minded AH clinicians working in the oncology space to enhance opportunities for collaboration, education and optimised patient outcomes.
Enhance knowledge in multidisciplinary oncology care.
Enhanced interdisciplinary relationships.
Provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary education and learning.
Facilitate interdisciplinary care opportunities in line with best-practice recommendations
Event collaboration and fundraising opportunities.
Increased involvement in research opportunities.
Support public AH awareness, referral pathways and communication.
Support clinician mental health through debriefing and discussion around difficult patient cases.