Appendix A
Workshop Agenda

National Cancer Policy Forum

Workshop on Ensuring Quality Cancer Care Through the Oncology Workforce: Sustaining Research and Care in the 21st Century


The Keck Center of the National Academies

500 Fifth Street, NW—Room 100

Washington, DC 20001


DAY 1: MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2008

8:30 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome from NCPF/IOM and Overview of the Workshop

Welcome—Edward Benz, MD, Association of American Cancer Institutes

Overview—Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, FAAN, City of Hope National Medical Center

9:15 am

Demographic and Health Workforce Trends: Implications for Cancer Care in the Future

  • Summarize key national reports addressing the workforce crisis in health care

  • Address the implications for the oncology workforce

  • Describe the impact of the oncology workforce as a public concern

 

Edward Salsberg, MPA, Center for Workforce Studies, Association of American Medical Colleges



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Appendix A Workshop Agenda National Cancer Policy Forum Workshop on Ensuring Quality Cancer Care Through the Oncology Workforce: Sustaining Research and Care in the 21st Century The Keck Center of the National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW—Room 100 Washington, DC 20001 DAy 1: MONDAy, FEBRuARy 25, 2008 8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast 9:00 am Welcome from NCPF/IOM and Overview of the Workshop Welcome—Edward Benz, MD, Association of American Cancer Institutes Overview—Betty Ferrell, PhD, RN, FAAN, City of Hope National Medical Center Demographic and Health Workforce Trends: Implications 9:15 am for Cancer Care in the Future • Summarize key national reports addressing the workforce crisis in health care • Address the implications for the oncology workforce • Describe the impact of the oncology workforce as a public concern Edward Salsberg, MPA, Center for Workforce Studies, Association of American Medical Colleges 

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 ENSURING QUALITY CANCER CARE 10:15 am BREAK 10:30 am Breaking Down the Problem: Professional Perspectives • Present the findings from ASCO’s Workforce Study, as well as the workforce challenges facing the larger physician community • Describe the current and future needs for new nursing workforce • Identify needs for advanced practice nursing • Identify needs for other professionals (e.g., social work, public health, and cancer registration) in cancer care Physician (oncologist and primary care)—Dean F. Bajorin, MD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Nursing—Peter I. Buerhaus, PhD, RN, FAAN, Vanderbilt Uniersity Medical Center Other Professions—Maureen Lichteld, MD, MPH, Tulane Uniersity Moderator—Suanna Bruinooge, American Society of Clinical Oncology 12:00 pm LUNCH System Perspectives 1:00 pm • Describe the impact of workforce issues on the cancer care and the generation of the future workforce in academic cancer centers • Identify workforce issues in community oncology as the setting for the vast majority of cancer care • Summarize the needs and challenges in workforce demands for the research force impacting the advancement of knowledge in oncology Academic Cancer Centers—Edward Benz, MD, Association of American Cancer Institutes Community-Based Practice Settings—Michael A. Goldstein, MD, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Cancer Research Workforce Training—Jonathan S. Wiest, PhD, National Cancer Institute Moderator—Suanna Bruinooge, American Society of Clinical Oncology

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 APPENDIx A 2:30 pm BREAK Patient Perspectives 2:45 pm • Describe the future of cancer care from the patient perspective and the needed workforce to deliver that care • Present issues related to the growing population of cancer survivors and emerging models of care delivery • Identify the needs of patients with advanced disease and those at end of life and palliative care in oncology Overview: Patients Needs in 21st Century Oncology— Lawrence N. Shulman, MD, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Survivorship: Caring for the 12 Million Surviving Cancer— Linda A. Jacobs, PhD, RN, LIVESTRONG Suriorship Center of Excellence, Abramson Cancer Center Palliative Care: How to Care in Advanced Disease— Thomas J. Smith, MD, FACP, Virginia Commonwealth Uniersity School of Medicine Moderator—Alison Smith, BA, BSN, RN, C-Change Family Caregivers 4:15 pm • Present data from the NCI-supported CANCORS study describing the experience of family caregivers as a vital aspect of the oncology workforce • Describe the impact of the professional workforce shortage on family caregivers Audie Atienza, PhD, National Cancer Institute 5:00 pm Adjourn Day 1 DAy 2: TuESDAy, OCTOBER, 21, 2008 8:30 am Registration and Continental Breakfast Brief Summary of Day 1 Presentations and Discussion of 9:00 am Goals of Day 2 • Synthesize the proceedings of Day 1 to summarize the workforce challenges in oncology • Establish the Day 2 agenda of identifying potential solutions and policy implications Thomas Kean, MPH, C-Change

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 ENSURING QUALITY CANCER CARE Signs of Success/Models of Addressing the Oncology 9:30 am Workforce Needs • Present a model cancer center program conducting institution-based workforce training • Recognize potential strategies for oncology physician training and work design • Describe a university model preparing nurses for advanced practice and research in oncology • Present the experience from an Academic Cancer Center and community affiliations related to staff retention and care delivery Training (M. D. Anderson Model)—Michael Ahearn, PhD, The Uniersity of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center Physician Education—Paul Mazmanian, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth Uniersity Medical Center Nursing Education—Kathi Mooney, PhD, RN, FAAN, AOCN, Uniersity of Utah College of Nursing Retention—Kein Sowers, RN, MSN, Duke Uniersity Moderator—Alison Smith, BA, BSN, RN, C-Change 11:30 am LUNCH 12:30 pm Policy Perspectives: Needed Legislative Efforts • Recognize policy changes necessary to support research, education, and clinical practice for oncology Kaita Patel, MD, Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee Atul Groer, MD, PhD, Association of American Medical Colleges Moderator—Brenda Neidjon, MSN, RN, FAAN, Oncology Nursing Society Formulation of a Future Strategy: A Framework for Action 2:00 pm • Summarize potential strategies for participating organizations and for the NCPF to address oncology workforce needs • Identify strategies for the oncology community to have a unified voice in advocacy for workforce issues

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 APPENDIx A Summarizer—Betty Ferrell (moderator), RN, FAAN, City of Hope National Medical Center Moderator—Edward Salsberg, MPA, Center for Workforce Studies, Association of American Medical Colleges 3:00 pm Adjourn Day 2

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