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Dr Edward Partridge describes a number of areas in which he believes institutions can improve.
Carla Schaefer notes that patients often have as many concerns post-treatment as they do during treatment, and she explains how she helps alleviate their anxiety as they move into survivorship.
December 11, 2017 | Lillie's Corner
Survivorship
For more than a century, cancer care had a singular goal―to have the patient survive the disease and its treatment. With that achieved, the treatment team smiled, considering the treatment a success. Times have changed, and thankfully, treatments have changed, too.
I was privileged to chair a task force for the purpose of revisiting this standard and determining what issues lay within it that are barriers to cancer centers being able to achieve it. Upon the creation of such recommended changes, another task force for which I also served, reviewed these recommendations, and, I am pleased to say, approved them. Hot off the press, here is information that you get to hear even before it is announced to accredited facilities.
Lillie Shockney addresses when survivorship begins, how to assess patients' life goals, and how to ensure that their treatment plan aligns with their priorities and passions. She goes on to share a touching anecdote regarding a former patient and her survivorship plan.
July 25, 2017 | Webinars
Survivorship
This webinar, which is part of a collaboration between AONN+ and Oncology Solutions, was presented by Tricia Strusowski, MS, RN, Manager at Oncology Solutions, Project Leader on the AONN+ Evidence into Practice Navigation Metrics Subcommittee.
Lillie Shockney explains how she and AONN+ are working towards encouraging the reevaluation of CoC standard 3.3 (on survivorship care plans) in order to measure compliance and success more accurately.
The George Washington University (GW) Cancer Center's Executive Training on Navigation and Survivorship is a no-cost, innovative program that teaches the nuts and bolts of navigation and survivorship program development and implementation. The program walks participants through interactive presentations, written content that summarizes the latest research and best practices, case studies and customizable activities to create a program plan.
Wendy Brooks acknowledges that patients are often more anxious post-treatment than they are during treatment and explains how she helps her patients manage their post-treatment concerns.
Barbara Dearmon encourages working closely with a cancer registry to help create a survivorship care plan.
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