Session II:

Perspectives on survivorship care planning

10:45-12:30

Presentation of IOM-commissioned qualitative research

  • Survivors-Rebecca Day and Reynolds Kinzey

  • Nurses-Catherine Harvey

  • Physicians-Annette Bamundo

12:30-1:30

Lunch

1:30-5:00

Discussion

  • What are the essential elements of the care plan? Will a single template work?

  • Who is responsible for creating the plan and discussing the plan with patients?

  • What are the respective roles of oncology/primary care and physicians/nurses?

  • What economic strategies could encourage implementation of care planning?

  • What barriers exist to creating the care plan? How can they be overcome?

 

Moderator: Sheldon Greenfield

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

8:00-8:30

Breakfast

Session III:

Implementation issues

8:30-10:30

Resources for completing the care plan

  • Kevin Oeffinger and Charles Shapiro-Survivorship guidelines

  • Diane Blum-Psychosocial support resources

  • Wendy Demark-Wahnefried-Recommendations for healthy lifestyle behaviors

10:30-10:45

Break

10:45-11:30

Information technology

  • David Poplack, Marc Horowitz, and Michael Fordis-Passport for Care, an online resource for survivors of childhood cancer

  • Reactant: Lawrence Shulman



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