Episode 26 AGITG 2023 Wrap-Up with Katie Garman and Ben Lawrence…
Professor Eva Segelov chats with Dr Mark Lewis, oncologist and Director of Gastrointestinal Oncology at Intermountain Healthcare, Salt Lake City, USA.
Professor Fran Boyle and A/Prof Craig Underhill have an honest and practical look at oncoburnout, corona anxiety, zoom cognitive load, telehealth communication skills and the multi-tasking myth.
Professor Dorothy Keefe and A/Prof Craig Underhill share a passionate, inspiring and warm chat, discussing Optimal Care Pathways, COVID-19 , digitising and improving health care systems and much more...
Julie McCrossin AM
A/Prof Craig Underhill chats to Julie McCrossin AM. This intimate conversation covers everything from oral sex to radiation oncology masks to the care of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients.
Professor Eva Segelov chats to founder of the Go Gentle organisation, Aussie comedy legend Andrew Denton. This poignant and thought-provoking episode explores the intricacies of voluntary assisted dying.
Professor Eva Segelov chats to Professor Nathan Cherny, who leads the Multidisciplinary Cancer Pain and Palliative Medicine Service at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, in Jerusalem, Israel and is the mastermind behind the ESMO Magnitude of Clinical Benefit Scale.
Professor Eva Segelov and Dr Craig Underhill chat to Professor Grant McArthur, Executive Director of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
In celebration of NAIDOC week, the OJC team discuss relevant papers and Eva interviews Professor Gail Garvey who has dedicated over 30 years to Aboriginal health, informing the advancement of national cancer control plans and guiding the development of optimal care pathways for Indigenous Australians through translation of her research.