CNSA 26th Annual Congress |19 - 21 June 2024 | Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre | innovation quality care in a digital era

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Poster Number Presenting Author Poster Title
1 Inbal Ross Patient Experience Improvement Project.
2 Danielle Lee Cancer@Home: Model of Care Evaluation
3 Jill Kelly Virtual Telehealth implementation in Results Delivery process for BreastScreen NSW Hunter New England Assessment clinic clients.
4 Angela Ballard Influences shaping clinicians’ monoclonal antibody and immune checkpoint inhibitor preparation and administration management practices: A systematic review
5 Kerrie Curtis Central venous access device terminologies, complications, and premature reasons for removal in patients with cancer: A scoping review
6 Kerrie Curtis Vessel health and preservation, device selection and difficult intravenous access: CNSA vascular access devices evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
7 Natalie Williams Building evidence for vulvar cancer wound care: Benchmarking practice in Australia and New Zealand
8 Rachel Ni Enhancing Patient Well-being: The Nurse's Integral Role in Holistic Care Provision
9 Shannon Philp Experience of molar-pregnancy and associated gestational neoplasia at a specialised centre: 10-year retrospective review.
10 Priscilla Gates Cancer-related cognitive impairment in patients with newly diagnosed aggressive lymphoma compared to population norms and healthy controls
11 Lauren Zarb Victorian Cancer Nurses Experiences of Work-related Stressors and Supports: A multiple case study describing job demands and job resources during 2019-2021.
12 Rebecca Kimberley Acute Cancer Care outside of the Emergency Department – The Nurse Practitioner approach
13 Francesca Boyte Does bolusing intravenous administration sets with monoclonal antibodies reduce chair time in the oncology outpatient setting? A randomised control trial.
14 Zoe Feighan Measuring Up Once More! A clinical audit of chair time for patients receiving Cisplatin to identify if practice change improved institutional chair time
15 Roanee Kc Effective care provision by Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse via tele-nursing service in a regional setting.
16 Diana Jones Glioma carers- Assessment of Individual Needs and Support: Protocol for a single arm pilot study
17 Anjali Rathnayaka Mudiyanselage Understandability, actionability and reliability of YouTube videos on brain, head, and neck cancer information
18 Salena Barrett Introduction of Radiation Oncology Toxicities clinic
19 Lea Dousset  Skin adverse events of anti-cancer treatments: an examination of drug-adverse events associations
20 Lea Dousset  Effective Management of skin toxicities in cancer treatment: An Australian/New Zealand perspective
21 Lea Dousset  Global survey reveals demand for additional photoprotection education in Australia
22 Lea Dousset  A comprehensive analysis of global skin cancer incidence and mortality with a focus on dermatologist density and population risk factors
23 Fiona Arthur The Creation and Implementation of an Innovative Digital Platform to Streamline Home Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy Referral and Admission Management
24 Laura Healey Telephone Triage (TT):  A proactive approach to cancer care.
25 Gillian Kruss Clinical supervision can enhance learning and provide support to new metastatic breast care nurses
26 Kirsten Oataway Hopelessly Devoted – Wellness and Supportive Care at the ONJ Cancer Centre Radiotherapy Department
27 Melinda Grimson The use of barcode scanning in the administration of chemotherapy treatments
28 Angela Luppino Capturing Patient's distress screening before they enter the Radiation oncology outpatient department using a digital platform - ZEDOC
29 Rachel Edwards Aligning excellence in symptom assessment and management in oncology nursing: Insights from a learning needs analysis.
30 Olivia Cook Development and psychometric testing of two Cancer Nurse Self-Assessment Tools for Early and Metastatic Breast Cancer
31 Monique Blanchard What happens when you add a magnet to a radiotherapy Linac? Prioritising patient centred care in a rapidly evolving treatment modality
32 Michelle Beecher Improving workflow and patient experience through implementation of new MRI simulation processes for Intrauterine Brachytherapy
33 Casey Hutchinson Hepatitis B Screening compliance for patients commencing chemotherapy
34 Alison Walsh Exposure to difficult conversations with patients and families, toward the end-of-life: The 3rd year nursing student experience.
35 Melanie Regan PanSupport: a community model of cancer supportive care provision.
36 Veronica Percival A nursing assessment tool to improve the flow and safety of patients receiving a lumbar puncture
37 Kashka Bochynska Enhancing access to supportive care services for people affected by cancer, how Cancer Council Liaisons make a difference.
38 Belinda Wallis Secondary complications of drug-related immune-mediated adverse events in clinical trials, patient case study
39 Melinda Grimson Transforming Australian lung cancer nursing/ An innovative model of care towards future screening
40 Hannah Warriner The psychological experience of oncology patients secondary to a hypersensitivity reaction: A scoping review
41 Theresa Nielsen Feasibility and acceptability of a nurse-led model of care for managing glucocorticoid induced hyperglycaemia among oncology and haematology patients.
42 Laura Tuddenham Cancer Nurse Coordinators providing central intake to cancer services and early navigation support in a regional cancer centre.
43 Yu-Meng Shu Developing a standardised clinical pathway for the management of Gynaecological and Prostate Brachytherapy
44 Kelly Ford Exploring the experiences of distal-extremity cryotherapy in preventing Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) with Paclitaxel administration in people affected by breast cancer – A systematic review.
45 Vicki Durston Enhancing Person-Centred Breast Cancer Care: Evaluating Information and Support Needs
46 Laraine Cobbing How can we make digital health enhance the quality of patient care? 
47 Mary Batuigas Benefits of pre-day planning in the chemotherapy day unit at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse
48 Nicole Kinnane “This is Me” – Exploring opportunity to integrate what matters most to older adults with cancer into multidisciplinary team meetings (MDMs).
49 Vicki Durston Understanding the value of codesign: exploring participant experiences
50 Christelle Catuogno Increase in the oncology clinical trial unit efficiency after the introduction of integrated electronic medical records (ieMR) at the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH)
51 Carla Thamm Mapping Models of Care for Adolescents and Young Adults Cancer Survivors: A Scoping Review
52 Pauline Rose The Voices of Australian Radiation Oncology Nurses
53 Yvette James Lessons Learnt from our Inaugural Virtual Graduate Nurse Program
54 Lebogang Thomy Enhancing the understanding of financial toxicity in people with cancer in Australia: Instrument development and validation
55 Manju Dhandapani Impact of Nurse-led Neurosurgery Clinic and Nurse-Led Brief Intervention for Post-Operative Patients of Intracranial Tumor and their Caregivers on Neuropsychological Outcome and caregiver distress in a Low-Middle Income Country