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  • 1. MAINE COMPREHENSIVE CANCER CONTROL PLAN 2011-2015 STAKEHOLDER’S MEETING OCTOBER 21, 2010 1
  • 2. Today’s Agenda  Welcome and review of today’s agenda  Evaluation of 2006-2010 Cancer Plan  The Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan: 2011-2015  Process and Plan Development  Plan Utilization and the Maine Cancer Consortium  Moderated Cancer Plan Panel: Affecting the Cancer Continuum  Prevention  Early Detection  Treatment  Rehabilitation and Survivorship  Palliation and End-of-Life Care  Working Together to Change Cancer in Maine: Cathy Kidman  Next Steps
  • 3. The Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan: 2011-2015
  • 4. Background  The Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan serves as a blueprint for what can and should be done at the state and local levels to further cancer prevention, detection and care efforts in Maine.  The goal of the Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan is to promote and preserve the health and quality of life of the people and communities of Maine by minimizing the impact of cancer.  Outlines a strategic approach to minimizing the impact of cancer on Maine’s people and communities.  Encourages and supports coordination and collaboration  5-year plan  This is the third edition of the plan!
  • 5. The Cancer Planning Process Timeline  May 2009 MCC Cancer Plan Revision Planning Meeting  June 2009 Review Cancer Plan sections and develop goals/objectives; Identify new topic areas as needed  July 2009 Begin developing strategies  September 2009 Finalize strategies  October 2009 MCC Annual Meeting (working meeting!)  November 2009 Member comments on goals, objectives, strategies  January 2010 First draft of Cancer Plan
  • 6. The Cancer Planning Process  February 2010 Board, chair, key content reviewers comments on goals, objectives, strategies; writing  March 2010 Second draft of Cancer Plan  April – May 2010 Public comments on goals, objectives, strategies  June 2010 Third draft of Cancer Plan  July-August 2010 Board, chair, key content reviewers comments on goals, objectives, strategies; writing  September 2010 Final draft of Cancer Plan; layout; final Board Review  October 2010 RELEASE OF MAINE CANCER PLAN 2011-2015!
  • 7. Working Together to Revise the Plan
  • 8. Maine Cancer Plan 2011-2015  The 2011-2015 Maine Cancer Plan is organized into four sections  Three goal sections: Section II: Overarching Issues Impacting Cancer in Maine Section III: Affecting the Cancer Continuum Section IV: Working Together to Change Cancer in Maine
  • 9. Maine Cancer Plan 2011-2015 Section II: Overarching Issues Impacting Cancer in Maine This section looks at issues that are common to all cancers and all aspects of the cancer continuum. Priorities and issues included in this section are interwoven and reflected throughout all sections of the plan:  Public Policy, Legislation, and Funding  Disparities  Data and Surveillance
  • 10. Maine Cancer Plan 2011-2015 Section III: Affecting the Cancer Continuum This section looks at ways to make an impact on cancer at every point of the continuum. Topics in this section include:  Primary Prevention  Early Detection  Treatment  Rehabilitation and Survivorship  Palliation and End-of-Life Care
  • 11. Maine Cancer Plan 2011-2015 Section IV: Working Together to Change Cancer in Maine This section looks at the administration of the plan itself. Topics in this section include:  Implementation  Communications  Evaluation
  • 12. The Maine Cancer Consortium
  • 13. The NEW Maine Cancer Consortium
  • 14. Winds of Change Within the Consortium  What is new?  Becoming a 501(c)(3)  501(c)(3) = tax exempt or a charitable organization  MCC will not operate as a foundation, but grants may be awarded  Structure established to support 501(c)(3) status and Cancer Plan  Need to seek grant funding and grant writing support  What will remain unchanged? Consortium – Latin word - an association of two or more individuals, parties, organizations, etc (or any combination of these entities) with the objective of participating in a common activity or pooling their resources for achieving a common goal.
  • 15. Why Change?  Growing beyond Maine Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and Maine CDC support  Allows the Consortium to seek different sources of funding  Grants  Accept donations  Encourages us to become more independent  Staffing  Political Advocacy
  • 16. Next Steps  Keep communications open!!  Not competing for funds  Let us know what you’re doing and what support you need  We’ll let you know what support we need  Seek support in grant writing  Transition work load from State to Consortium  Seek grant opportunities
  • 17. Meeting Next Steps  Actively participate in a team meeting that shares your (or your organization’s) interests and activities!  Encourage other key individuals/organizations to take part in the Maine Cancer Consortium and contribute to the achievement of the Maine Cancer Plan!  Be a champion for the new plan!  Continue the outstanding work you are doing to reduce the burden of cancer in Maine, and make our new plan a successful one!