CanCope - Monash University program for cancer survivors


CanCope - Monash University program for cancer survivors

CanCope is a mental health research study running online wellbeing programs for cancer survivors. The online programs are developed by cancer and mental health researchers at Monash University (Melbourne) who acknowledge that it can be difficult to cope once primary treatment comes to an end.


The CanCope team is currently looking for cancer survivors (i.e., anyone who has finished primary treatment, such as chemotherapy, surgery, or radiation) to take part in these programs and contribute to meaningful mental health research. The programs comprise 8 weeks of online support material, are free, and can be completed from any location in your own time.


If you would like to be involved, you can read more at and you can sign-up directly at If you have any questions or hesitations, please email - the CanCope team are more than happy to chat with you via phone/email and provide additional information.

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