NT Cancer Plan 2013 - 2016
Access this document from the NT Cancer Plan page.
CanNET NT eNewsletter
CanNET NT distributed a members' eNewsletter every two months in 2011 and increased to monthly publications from February 2012 to the cessation of the CanNET NT Project on June 30, 2012.
These eNewsletters are primarily aimed at cancer care providers but are suitable for those with an interest in developments and opportunities across the Cancer Network. Please feel free to browse our current eNewsletter and subscribe to the next CanNET NT eNewsletter.
- 11 - CanNET eNewsletter May 2012.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 467KB) | RTF (204KB)
- 10 - CanNET eNewsletter Apr 2012.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 378KB) | RTF (225KB)
- 9 - CanNET eNewsletter Mar 2012.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 380KB) | RTF (180KB)
- 8 - CanNET eNewsletter Feb 2012.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 474KB) | RTF (152KB)
- 7 - CanNET eNewsletter Dec 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 1619KB) | RTF (174KB)
- 6 - CanNET eNewsletter Oct 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 448KB) | RTF (113KB)
- 5 - CanNET eNewsletter Aug 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 4522KB) | RTF (156KB)
- 4 - CanNET eNewsletter June 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 391KB) | RTF (2853KB)
- 3 - CanNET eNewsletter April 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 373KB) | RTF (125KB)
- 2 - CanNET eNewsletter Feb 2011.pdf (Adobe PDF document - 374KB) | RTF (109KB)
If you would like a copy of an older newsletter, please contact us.
A Cancer Journey DVD (Indigenous language resource)
A Cancer Story for Remote Indigenous Patients in the Northern Territory, this DVD which can be screened in the following languages; English, Kriol, Murrinh-Patha, Yolngu-Matha, Warlpiri and Pitjantjatjatjara and aims to inform patients and their families on what to expect on the cancer journey. Please contact Alan Walker Cancer Care Centre to request copies of this resource.
Click on the title to view a chapter of A Cancer Journey DVD
- English - What is Cancer (.wma 14mb)
- Kriol - What is Cancer (.wma 13mb)
- Murrinh-Patha - What is Cancer (.wma 22mb)
- Yolngu-Matha - What is Cancer (.wma 20mb)
- Warlpiri - What is Cancer (.wma 15mb)
- Pitjantjatjatjara - What is Cancer (.wma 17mb)
To obtain a free copy of the complete 'A Cancer Journey' DVD, please email your postal address and contact phone number to [click here to send email] or call (08) 8944 8220.
A Cancer Journey - Flipbook
Developed to assist health professionals tell the story of cancer to Indigenous people from remote areas of the Northern Territory; this resource was distributed to all Hospitals, Remote Health Clinics and support services and is now available as a PDF online.
Directory of Services
The NT Cancer Services Directory is the first of its kind in the Northern Territory. The information provided here is intended as a guide to a range of services for people with cancer, their carers, and for health professionals working in cancer care. The online version of the Directory can be
The aim of the Patient Audit was to investigate diagnostic, referral and treatment pathways of people with cancer in the NT. The data from this audit will be used to identify what we are doing well, and where cancer service delivery could be improved
Clinical Pathway Booklets
These booklets are designed to guide people with cancer, their carers, and health professionals through the public health system in the Northern Territory. You may choose to access the private system or travel interstate for care. This may change the nature of the pathway you follow. These booklets cover the five most common tumour types in the Territory.
- Cancer Journeys - Breast (Adobe PDF document - 486KB)
- Cancer Journeys - Lung (Adobe PDF document - 499KB)
- Cancer Journeys - Bowel (Adobe PDF document - 481KB)
- Cancer Journeys - Head & Neck (Adobe PDF document - 499KB)
- Cancer Journeys - Prostate (Adobe PDF document - 480KB)
The Alan Walker Cancer Centre
This brochure outlines the Alan Walker Cancer Care Centre which provides patients with access to professional, high quality cancer treatment in a supportive and caring environment. Opened in 2010, the centre reduces the need for most cancer patients to travel interstate for lengthy treatments.