NICM Health Research Institute: What supportive care do you need after cancer treatment?

Are you a woman who has completed cancer treatment? Are you from Vietnamese, Arabic or Chinese speaking background?
We want to hear from you!

Researchers at NICM Health Research Institute are seeking participants to help design a supportive care program for women from Vietnamese, Arabic and Chinese backgrounds. The aim is to
address side effects of treatment and supportive care needs that arise when cancer treatment is completed.

Who can join?
Women aged over 18 who have a history of cancer. Are from an Arabic, Chinese or Vietnamese background.

What’s involved?
Attend a 90 minute focus group conducted online or face-to-face conducted by a bilingual facilitator. We will compensate you with a $50 gift voucher for your time.

Please scan the QR code embedded in the poster image below or use the link below for more information:

For more information, please contact NICM Health Research Project Manager – Nema Hayba, E:

This project is funded by Cancer Australia and CanRevive is one of the project collaboration partners.