Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) test sites, supported by NHS Improvement

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Eight adult survivorship prototype sites (14 tumour specific teams) and ten children and young peoples test sites have worked with us to develop and test stratified pathways of care. …

Eight adult survivorship prototype sites (14 tumour specific teams) and ten children and young peoples test sites have worked with us to develop and test stratified pathways of care.

The poster submissions included in this publication were presented at the NCSI conference event on 28 March 2012 and represent only some of the learning and the excellent work from the teams and sites participating in this programme.
(Published May 2012)

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  • 1. NHSCANCER NHS Improvement CancerDIAGNOSTICSHEART NHS Improvement - Cancer Sharing the learning through posters;LUNG the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) test sites, supported bySTROKE NHS Improvement (2012)
  • 2. Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)IntroductionThe National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) was Without the hard work, commitment and expertise from alllaunched in September 2008 and is a partnership between our clinical leads and advisors, our cancer network servicethe Department of Health, Macmillan Cancer Support and improvement colleagues, local project teams and mostNHS Improvement. The aim of the national initiative is to importantly our cancer patient survivors who have workedimprove models of aftercare provided for those patients with us during this initiative this publication would notsurviving cancer, many of whom will need a range of have been possible.clinical and non-clinical services to enable them to live ahappy, healthy normal life after their initial treatment for We thank them for their contribution and we hope readerscancer. find the content interesting and informative.Eight adult survivorship prototype sites (14 tumour specific For further information you can access the NCSI websiteteams) and ten children and young peoples test sites have www.ncsi.org.uk and the NHS Improvement websiteworked with us to develop and test stratified pathways of www.improvement.nhs.uk/cancercare that are tailored to individual needs with the focus onproviding the right support in the right place by the rightperson and encouraging self management whereappropriate to do so.The poster submissions included in this publication were Gilmour Frewpresented at the NCSI conference event on 28 March 2012 Director - Cancerand represent only some of the learning and the excellentwork from the teams and sites participating in this Patricia Morrisprogramme. They are presented in two sections Adult and Director - CancerChildren and Young People with the winner and highlycommended entries at the start of each chapter. Anne Wilkinson National Improvement Lead - CancerDelegates on the day were then given the opportunity tonominate the winning posters. The winners were then Judi Tapppresented with an award and certificate by Professor Sir National Improvement Lead- CancerMike Richards to congratulate them on their winningposter design. Children and young people national test sites Adult Survivorship test sites • The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust • Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust • The Christie NHS Foundation Trust • Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital NHS Foundation Trust • Birmingham Childrens Hospital NHS Foundation Trust • The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust • Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust • Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust • University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust • Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust • The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust (RMH) • North Bristol NHS Trust • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children • Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust NHS Trust (GOSH) • Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust • Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust • Royal Alexandra Childrens Hospital (Brighton) • CLIC Sargent www.improvement.nhs.uk 3
  • 3. ADULT TEST SITESharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)POSTERS National Cancer Survivorship Initiative: Living with and beyond cancer - Adult Pathway Over the past four years work has commenced with patients, NHS clinical teams and third sector organisations to test care and support for those living with and beyond cancer. This work has culminated in the development and pilot testing of pathways of care tailored to individual needs in four tumour types (breast, colorectal, lung, prostate) with the aim of improving quality, reducing unnecessary hospital attendances and moving the focus of post treatment care from the disease and treatment to health and wellbeing. This interactive generic pathway demonstrating examples of care and support from testing work and also signposting to other relevant sources of information. To access the pathway go to: www.improvement.nhs.uk/cancer/survivorship/ adult_survivorship_pathway Scan the QR code for quick and easy access to the adult survivorship pathway4 www.improvement.nhs.uk
  • 4. Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) ST TR L N RIS : H TO A B R U IT H NE SP RT N SO NO WI LH www.improvement.nhs.uk 5
  • 5. RE ITA X : - B SP SSE ED ST O U D U Y H S EN ST S A L Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) TR SIT N & M H R O MN IVE HT CO N IG Y BR HL IG H S U 6 www.improvement.nhs.uk
  • 6. ST O S : U TA X U H SU ED G S - L SPI SE N L Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) S SIT N NDN VER HTO ME TR Y & N G MU BRI CO I H www.improvement.nhs.uk 7
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  • 18. CYP TEST SITE Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)POSTERS National Cancer Survivorship Initiative: Teenage and Adult Aftercare Pathway These Children and Young People Cancer Survivorship aftercare pathways have been produced and endorsed as clinical good practice following an extensive consultation process with input from clinical experts and cancers survivors. These defined pathways demonstrate the evidence emerging from three years of testing and prototyping with clinical teams and cancer patient survivors. To access the pathway go to: www.improvement.nhs.uk/cancer/survivorship/pathway Scan the QR code for quick and easy access to theteenage and adult aftercare pathway www.improvement.nhs.uk 19
  • 19. TR AL ST N ’S H : AT O M Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) EN NG ER N IT U D H A IO SP FO DR MI N N H IL IR IN CH B W U S 20 www.improvement.nhs.uk
  • 20. : ED D S B SITY ND Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI) U TAL ER ME ST TR L N O U IO IST FO I IV M H O U CO AT R LY S SP N H IG N HN H www.improvement.nhs.uk 21
  • 21. C ST G OM RE RE M CH A IL ET T EN22 D H O RE O RM DE N SP O D N ITA N : H S L D TR FO U R STwww.improvement.nhs.uk
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  • 24. Adult test site poster presenations Sharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)from Professor Sir Mike Richards ADULTS WINNER: North Bristol Hospital NHS Trust - Breast Team. Dany Bell - Lea d Cancer Nurse MMENDED: ADULTS HIGHLY CO rsity Hospitals Brighton and Sussex Unive NHS Trust - Breast Team nsultant Oncologist Richard Simcock - Co www.improvement.nhs.uk 25
  • 25. CYP test site poster presenationsSharing the learning through posters; the work of the National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)from Professor Sir Mike Richards CYP WINNER: Birmingham Children’ s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Dr Helen Jenkinson ENDED: CYP HIGHLY COMM ildren Bristol Royal Hospital for Ch Ruth Elson - After Care Specialist26 www.improvement.nhs.uk
  • 26. 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 2,000 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: NHSImp Cancer 0001 - May 2012 ©NHS Improvement 2012 | All Rights Reservedimprovement agendafor the NHS