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VCCC Communities of Practice

Nominations open for topics of interest 

VCCC’s strategic partnership of 10 partner institutions provides a unique opportunity to bring together clinicians and researchers from across the alliance to facilitate strategic, productive collaborations. Areas of research and practice that currently lack a critical mass of interest/expertise within individual institutions may particularly benefit from a more structured approach to connecting cancer professionals with shared interests.

The new VCCC Communities of Practice (COP) program aims to enable researchers and medical professionals to come together in a facilitated forum to learn, improve, connect, share knowledge, and address key issues on a topic of mutual interest.

COP members will be drawn from a variety of disciplines, bringing with them their own knowledge and experiences to contribute.

Communities of Practice will be supported by the VCCC with a dedicated program manager and significant in-kind support.

Nominations of topics

The VCCC is seeking multi-disciplinary input on topics for COPs, with a focus on research, innovation and improvements in quality of patient care.  

Staff from all VCCC partner organisations are encouraged to contribute.