To reduce skin cancer burden in Queensland through prevention and early detection.
- To provide a forum to: share research findings to inform skin cancer prevention and early detection policy and program directions;
- share information regarding policy and programs being developed or implemented by member organisations;
- identify policy and/or program gaps for priority populations and/or key settings and opportunities to address these;
- proactively engage with industry partners;
- enable member organisations to work collaboratively where appropriate to maximise the collective impact of skin cancer prevention and early detection policy and program delivery;
- embed research or evaluation mechanisms in policy directions and programs delivered by member organisations;
- communicate evaluation measures and outcomes for policy and program initiatives; and initiate and support advocacy efforts to prioritise investment in skin cancer prevention.
|Academic and Research Sector||Government Sector||Clinicians and Professional Representative Organisations||Not for Profit and Education, Advocacy and Patient Support Organisations|
|QIMR Berghofer||Office of Industrial Relations||Australian College of Dermatologists||Danger Sun Overhead Program|
|The University of Queensland||Department of Education||Skin Cancer College of Australasia||Melanoma Patients Australia|
|James Cook University||Queensland Catholic Education Commission||Royal Australian College of General Practitioners||Melanoma Awareness Foundation|
|Griffith University||Independent Schools Queensland||Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine||Cancer Council Queensland|
|Australian Skin & Skin Cancer Research Centre||Department of Health, Prevention Strategy Branch||Metro South HHS||Excite Science|
|Queensland University of Technology||Department of Health, Strategic Communication Branch||Metro North HHS||Bakslap|
|University of Southern Queensland||Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport|
This collaborative has an open membership with current representation from academic and research sectors, clinician focused professional organisations, public health, government departments, non-government organisations, patient support organisations.
It is currently led by Professor Monika Janda and Professor Rachel Neale, and coordinated through the Prevention Strategy Branch, in the Strategic Policy and Reform Division of the Department of Health.
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