Highlights from Sydney Cancer Partners

Dear members and friends,    We are thrilled to unveil our new logo! As we establish Sydney Cancer Partners, the overall vision and identity has been brought to life, articulating our strong ties with Sydney Health Partners and incorporating our cancer research roots through the use of the colour purple. The tagline, “Collaboration, Translation, Impact”, demonstrates our core focus on building capacity in research translation by providing collaborative member opportunities that will have positive impacts on those whose lives have been touched by cancer.   

Applying to be a CAG:

Sydney Cancer Partners recently applied to be recognised as a Sydney Healthy Partners’ Clinical Academic Group (CAG) for Cancer. The purpose of the CAGs is to accelerate the transfer of research innovation into health care improvements by: increasing capacity, enhancing capability, ensuring consumer and community involvement, improving competitiveness, and fostering collaboration. Sydney Health Partners will be announcing the successful CAGs mid-December.  

In this issue:

– Meet the Sydney Cancer Partners Operations Manager & Academic Lead
– Working with the Cancer Research Network
– Register for upcoming events  

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