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This publication represents some of the learning and the excellent work from the teams and sites participating in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI). (Published January 2012)

This publication represents some of the learning and the excellent work from the teams and sites participating in the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI). (Published January 2012)

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  • NHS NHS Improvement Cancer National Cancer Survivorship Initiative - Children and Young People WorkstreamCANCER Collection of posters from the children and young people testDIAGNOSTICS and prototype teams January 2012HEARTLUNGSTROKE
  • Collection of posters from the children and young people test and prototype teamsIntroductionThe National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) evolved 3. Developing a safe risk stratification framework andfrom the Cancer Reform Strategy (2007). The NCSI was identifying those patients at low, medium and high risklaunched in September 2008 and is a partnership as a consequence of late effects following surgery,between the Department of Health, Macmillan Cancer chemotherapy and radioactive treatmentSupport and NHS Improvement. 4. Non-clinical support issues have been identified andThe Children and Young People (CYP) workstream is one aftercare models to support these issues have beenof seven work streams conducting improvement work as tested. These include psychosocial support andpart of the NCSI. The aim of the national initiative is to support for returning to education and employmentimprove models of aftercare provided for those patients through a variety of practical issues; websites,surviving cancer, many of whom will need a range of survivorship education programmes, fertility educationclinical and non-clinical services to enable each of them and the importance of exercise.to live a happy, healthy normal life after their initialtreatment for cancer. This publication represents only some of the learning and the excellent work from the teams and sites participatingThe follow up of aftercare services for CYP cancer in the NCSI.survivors varies nationally but it is predominantly clinicianled at a Principal Treatment Centre (PTC). With the Without the hard work, commitment and expertise fromexponential increase in the number of young adult cancer our clinical leads and advisors, our cancer network servicesurvivors – strategies and a change in the philosophy of a improvement colleagues and most importantly our cancersingle model of care to a more holistic model is needed. patient survivors who have worked with us during this initiative this publication would not have been possible!The CYP workstream over the past three years has testedand prototyped models of care within both clinical and We thank them for their contribution and we hopenon-clinical services. readers find the content interesting and informative.Ten national test sites have been involved in the CYP For further information you can access the NCSI websiteworkstream and these are shown below: www.ncsi.org.uk and the NHS Improvement website www.improvement.nhs.uk/cancer• The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust• The Christie NHS Foundation Trust• Birmingham Childrens Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Patricia Morris• Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Director - Cancer• University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust patricia.morris@improvement.nhs.uk• The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust (RMH)• Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Judi Tapp NHS Trust (GOSH) National Improvement Lead• Cambridge University Hospitals NHS judi.tapp@improvement.nhs.uk Foundation Trust• Royal Alexandra Childrens Hospital (Brighton) January 2012• CLIC SargentThe progress so far has resulted in the following:1. Defined CYP interactive patient pathways2. Four defined models of care:• Clinician led• Professionally led shared care including secondary and primary care• Nurse led, including telephone and postal follow up• Supported self-management www.improvement.nhs.uk 3
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  • NHSCANCER NHS ImprovementDIAGNOSTICSHEARTLUNGSTROKENHS ImprovementNHS Improvement’s strength and expertise lies in practical service improvement. It has over adecade of experience in clinical patient pathway redesign in cancer, diagnostics, heart, lung andstroke and demonstrates some of the most leading edge improvement work in England whichsupports improved patient experience and outcomes.Working closely with the Department of Health, trusts, clinical networks, other health sectorpartners, professional bodies and charities, over the past year it has tested, implemented, sustainedand spread quantifiable improvements with over 250 sites across the country as well as providingan improvement tool to over 1,000 GP practices.NHS Improvement3rd Floor | St John’s House | East Street | Leicester | LE1 6NBTelephone: 0116 222 5184 | Fax: 0116 222 5101www.improvement.nhs.ukDelivering tomorrow’s Publication Ref: IMP/comms031 - January 2012 ©NHS Improvement 2012 | All Rights Reservedimprovement agendafor the NHS