Appointments at Melanoma Institute Australia (MIA) are by clinician referral only. Clinicians and patients can contact the Institute on +61 2 9911 7200 with
MIA is an independent, non-profit organisation that facilitates melanoma treatment and care through clinicians
Patients referred to the MIA's affiliated specialist medical practitioners are eligible for a Medicare rebate.
If you are a patient wanting to understand more about
Developed by Melanoma Institute Australia, our e-learning portal educates healthcare professionals across Australia about the latest advances in melanoma diagnosis and treatment to ensure best practice and equity of care for all melanoma patients.
The Portal provides Specialists, GPs and Nurses with access to accredited learning modules, videos, podcasts and more. Content is regularly developed and updated, translating our latest understanding of melanoma into the clinic setting.
Clinical Trial App
Clinical trials are a crucial part of the research undertaken at Melanoma Institute Australia.
Download the ClinTrial Refer app to help you find the most suitable MIA clinical trial for your melanoma patients.
To view all clinical trials from MIA, either log in or click on ‘browse’ and search for ‘Melanoma Institute Australia’. Then click ‘Search Trials’ to find a trial suitable for your patient’s disease status.
Take your learning to the next level with our melanoma
The eBooks contain interactive images, photos and video that supplement text to build an understanding not possible from a printed book. They are available to download with
Melanoma Essentials: A Concise Guide is the new easy-to-read resource for GPs and other medical, nursing and allied professionals who
Melanoma Principles & Practices is a specialist-calibre
Patient Information Guides
Information guides have been designed by Melanoma Institute Australia to support patients who have been recently diagnosed with melanoma.
These guides help to:
- Answer questions when the patient is first diagnosed
- Understand melanoma diagnosis, treatment and follow-up care
- Inform the patient where to go for further information and resources
There are four different guides based on stage of disease:
- Melanoma Prevention
- Early Melanoma (Stage 0-II)
- Stage III Melanoma
- Stage IV Melanoma
Printed copies* of the ‘Your Guide’ patient information books are available to order for free in bulk for your clinic. Visit the Melanoma Education Portal to place your order. *Please note that the 'Melanoma Prevention' book is currently not available as printed copy, it can be downloaded as a PDF using the link below the cover image.