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  • 1. the FACTS Clinical Information Access Program What is CIAP? You are just a click away from The Clinical Information Access Program (CIAP) website a vast library of quality cancer provides equity of access to critical clinical information via the Internet and Intranet for all health professionals in the specific journals and textbooks. NSW public health system. The CIAP delivers decision- Online and free. support information through access to online journals, books and reference databases, local policies, procedures, clinical pathways and links to clinical websites world wide. If you are a clinician, health The CIAP has been available since 1997, is managed by professional or involved in the NSW Health and governed by the Knowledge Management Unit. All resources are reviewed annually, to ensure the delivery of evidence based practice, clinical information needs at the point-of-care are being this is the resource for you. met. All Area Health Services contribute to the annual cost of the resources available on the CIAP, so that access is free for individual clinicians. Who is It For? The CIAP can be accessed by all clinicians and health Cancer Institute NSW’s Role? professionals employed in the NSW public health system. In 2006, the Cancer Institute NSW took responsibility for the procurement of additional resources for the CIAP that How Do I Access It? are specific to cancer care. The resources selected are recommended by clinicians who deliver cancer services Every NSW public health facility is provided with a User throughout NSW. Monthly usage statistics and clinician Name and Password that permits access to the CIAP. The suggestions guide what will be available for the next year. web addresses for the CIAP are: It is important that clinicians take advantage of these INTRANET: resources, as low statistics will support the purchase of http://internal.health.nsw.gov.au:2001 a different resource the following year. It is our intent to have a secondary list of resources that can be purchased if INTERNET: existing choices are not meeting the needs of clinicians, and http://www.ciap.health.nsw.gov.au welcome any resource suggestions. The CIAP can be accessed via the Intranet or Internet in all NSW public health facilities, and can be accessed at home or Resources for 2008 include: remotely via the Internet address. • 39 full-text cancer related journals To obtain a User Name and Password, please visit the CIAP • 33 clinical cancer online textbooks website. Cancer Institute NSW PO Box 41, Alexandria, NSW 1435 T: +61 2 8374 5600 F: +61 2 8374 5700 W: www.cancerinstitute.org.au © Cancer Institute NSW 2008. This work is copyright. It may be reproduced freely for personal, educational or government purposes subject to the inclusion of acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposes other than those indicated above requires written permission from the Cancer Institute NSW. CIAP and the CIAP logo are trademarks of NSW Health. © 2008 NSW Health. All rights reserved. CI Catalogue Number: CF-2008-1. SHPN: (CI) 080025.
  • 2. the FACTS Available Resources in 2008 = Journal = Textbook Breast Genetics Clinical Breast Cancer The Genetic Basis of Human Cancer (2nd) - Vogelstein & Kinzler 2002 Diseases of the Breast (3rd ed) - Harris et al 2004 Genitourinary Oncology Cancer Education Comprehensive Textbook of Genitourinary Oncology Journal of Cancer Education (3rd ed) - Vogelzang et al 2005 Prostate Cancer: Principles and Practice (1st ed) - Chemotherapy Kantoff et al 2002 Cancer Chemotherapy and Biotherapy; Principles and Ovarian Cancer (2nd ed) - Rubin & Sutton 2001 Practices (4th ed) - Chabner & Longo 2006 Practical Gynecological Oncology (4th ed) - Berek & Lippincott’s Cancer Chemotherapy Handbook (2nd Hacker 2005 ed) - Barquiran 2001 The Chemotherapy Source Book (4th ed) - Perry Haematology 2007 Blood Bone Marrow Transplantation Complementary Therapies Leukemia and Lymphoma Complementary Therapies in Medicine High-Dose Cancer Therapy: Pharmacology, Hematopoietins, Stem Cells (2nd ed) - Armitage & Epidemiology & Statistics Antman 2000 Statistics in Medicine Williams Hematology (7th ed) - Lichtman et al 2005 Encyclopedia of Biostatistics (2nd ed) - Armitage & Wintrobe’s Clinical Hematology (11th ed) - Greer et Cotton 2007 al 2003 Textbook of Cancer Epidemiology (1st ed) - Adami 2002 Head & Neck Head and Neck Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach (2nd) - Harrison et al 2003 Cancer Institute NSW PO Box 41, Alexandria, NSW 1435 T: +61 2 8374 5600 F: +61 2 8374 5700 W: www.cancerinstitute.org.au © Cancer Institute NSW 2008. This work is copyright. It may be reproduced freely for personal, educational or government purposes subject to the inclusion of acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposes other than those indicated above requires written permission from the Cancer Institute NSW. CIAP and the CIAP logo are trademarks of NSW Health. © 2008 NSW Health. All rights reserved. CI Catalogue Number: CF-2008-1. SHPN: (CI) 080025.
  • 3. the FACTS Available Resources in 2008 Lung Principles & Practice of Biological Therapy of Cancer (3rd ed) - Rosenberg 2000 Lung Cancer: Principles & Practice (3rd ed) - Pass et al 2004 Principles and Practice of Gastrointestinal Oncology (2nd ed) - Kelsen et al 2007 TNM Classification of Malignant Tumors - Online Medical Oncology 2008 and TNM PDA Version 2.0 Annals of Oncology Washington Manual of Oncology (1st ed) - Govindan Cancer 2002 Cancer Cytopathology Cancer Treatment Reviews Medicine/Surgery Clnical Oncology British Journal of Surgery International Journal of Cancer New Zealand Medical Journal Journal of Clinical Oncology Journal of the National Cancer Institute Oncology Nursing Oncology Clnical Journal of Oncology Nursing Pyscho-oncology Oncology Nursing Forum Seminars in Oncology American Joint Committee of Cancers (AJCC) Staging Paediatrics Handbook (6th ed) - Greene et al 2002 Pediatric Radiation Oncology (4th) - Halperin et al Bethesda Handbook of Clinical Oncology (2nd) - 2004 Abraham et al 2005 Principles and Practice of Pediatric Oncology (5th ed) Cancer: Principles & Practice of Oncology (7th ed) - - Pizzo & Poplack 2005 DeVita et al 2004 Encyclopedia of Cancer (2nd ed) - Bertino 2002 Holland-Frei Cancer Medicine (5th ed) - Holland et al 2000 Manual of Clinical Oncology (5th ed) - Casciato 2004 Cancer Institute NSW PO Box 41, Alexandria, NSW 1435 T: +61 2 8374 5600 F: +61 2 8374 5700 W: www.cancerinstitute.org.au © Cancer Institute NSW 2008. This work is copyright. It may be reproduced freely for personal, educational or government purposes subject to the inclusion of acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposes other than those indicated above requires written permission from the Cancer Institute NSW. CIAP and the CIAP logo are trademarks of NSW Health. © 2008 NSW Health. All rights reserved. CI Catalogue Number: CF-2008-1. SHPN: (CI) 080025.
  • 4. the FACTS Available Resources in 2008 Palliative Care Radiation Oncology European Journal of Palliative Care Brachytherapy Journal of Pain and Symptom Management European Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Journal of Palliative Medicine International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Palliative Medicine Physics Progress in Palliative Care Radiotherapy and Oncology Supportive Care in Cancer: The Journal of MASCC Seminars in Radiation Oncology Massachusetts General Hospital Handbook of Pain Radiation Oncology: Management Decisions (2nd ed) Management (3rd ed) - Ballantyne & Fields 2005 - Chao et al 2001 Principles and Practice of Palliative Care and Treatment Planning in Radiation Oncology (2nd ed) - Supportive Oncology (3rd ed) - Berger et al 2006 Khan 2006 Textbook of Palliative Nursing (2nd ed) - Ferrel & Coyle 2005 Radiology British Journal of Radiology Physics European Radiology Medical Dosimetry Radiology Medical Physics Physics in Medicine and Biology CONTACT DETAILS For training, resource recommendations or questions about accessing these resources, please contact: Tash Knowles Jen Bichel-Findlay Email: natasha.knowles@cancerinstitute.org.au Email: jen.bichel-findlay@cancerinstitute.org.au Tel: (02) 8374 5623 Tel: (02) 8374 5653 Cancer Institute NSW PO Box 41, Alexandria, NSW 1435 T: +61 2 8374 5600 F: +61 2 8374 5700 W: www.cancerinstitute.org.au © Cancer Institute NSW 2008. This work is copyright. It may be reproduced freely for personal, educational or government purposes subject to the inclusion of acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposes other than those indicated above requires written permission from the Cancer Institute NSW. CIAP and the CIAP logo are trademarks of NSW Health. © 2008 NSW Health. All rights reserved. CI Catalogue Number: CF-2008-1. SHPN: (CI) 080025.