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National cancer strategy in qatar 2011 – 2016

  1. 1. National Cancer Strategy In Qatar 2011 – 2016 The Path to Excellence Prepared By Dr.Anees AlSaadi Feb. 2012
  2. 2. Objectives• Qatar National Cancer Strategy (NCS) Rational.• What is National Cancer Strategy.• National Cancer Continuum.• Recommendations.• Next Steps ( Evaluation ).• Conclusion .
  3. 3. • Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.
  4. 4. Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.• Increasing Burden .• Increasing Risk Factor.• National Health Strategy.• WHO Recommendations.
  5. 5. Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.• Increasing Burden .• Increasing Risk Factor.• National Health Strategy.• WHO Recommendations.
  6. 6. What is the Leading Cause of Cancer`s Death in Males of Qatar ?A. Lung Cancer .B. Prostate Cancer.C. Colorectal Cancer.D. Bone Marrow Cancer.
  7. 7. What is the Leading Cause of Cancer`s Death in Males of Qatar ?A. Lung Cancer .B. Prostate Cancer.C. Colorectal Cancer.D. Bone Marrow Cancer.
  8. 8. What is the Leading Cause of Cancer`s Death in Females of Qatar ?A. Lymphoma.B. Colorectal Cancer.C. Breast Cancer.D. Cervical Cancer.
  9. 9. What is the Leading Cause of Cancer`s Death in Females of Qatar ?A. Lymphoma.B. Colorectal Cancer.C. Breast Cancer.D. Cervical Cancer.
  10. 10. Increasing Burden . Leading Leading Cancers Cancers Males Females Lung. Breast. Leukemia. Genitals. Lymphoma. Lymphoma.Bener, A. et al., Patterns of cancer incidence among the population of Qatar: A worldwide comparative study. Asian Pacifi c Journal of Cancer Prevention, 8, (2007)
  11. 11. Increasing Burden .Cancer is the 3rd leading cause of death in Qatar.Cancer accounts for 10% of all deaths in Qatar. http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy Annual Health Report 2009 Qatar
  12. 12. Increasing Burden . Annual Health Report 2009 Qatar
  13. 13. Increasing Burden .• Qatar Population will increase in Size and increase in Age .
  14. 14. Increasing Burden .http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy
  15. 15. Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.• Increasing Burden .• Increasing Risk Factors.• National Health Strategy.• WHO Recommendations.
  16. 16. Increasing Risk Factors.• What are the major Risk Factors for cancer in Qatar. … ?
  17. 17. Increasing Risk Factors.• 1. Smoking (the prevalence in males 32.7 %).• 2. Obesity (32% in residents & among Qataris, 40 %). World Health Survey, WHO 2006
  18. 18. Increasing Risk Factors.• 3. Unhealthy Diet.• 4. Lack of Exercise (over 50 %of the population do not engage in any regular physical activity) WHO Qatar World Health Survey, 2006.
  19. 19. Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.• Increasing Burden .• Increasing Risk Factor.• National Health Strategy.• WHO Recommendations.
  20. 20. National Health Strategy.
  21. 21. National Health Strategy. Doha Doha 28th3rd April October 2011 2008
  22. 22. Qatar Vision 2030 Pillars• Human Development. National Health Strategy.• Social Development.• Economic Development.• Environmental Development.
  23. 23. National Health Strategy.• Comprehensive • Integrate • Preventive • Skilled national world-class system of healthcare workforce healthcare healthcare system • National Health • Affordable • High quality Policy services research
  24. 24. Doha30 May 2011
  25. 25. Rational for National Cancer Strategy in Qatar.• Increasing Burden .• Increasing Risk Factor.• National Health Strategy.• WHO Recommendations.
  26. 26. What is National Cancer Strategy.
  27. 27. What is National Cancer Strategy.
  28. 28. What is National Cancer Strategy.• The Strategy drew on international evidence of what works in cancer care. Experts from the UK, America and Australia contributed suggestions.• Healthcare leaders in Qatar sat on the National Cancer Stakeholder Committee to provide their expert advice. The result is an unprecedented, evidence-based and Qatar-specific strategy. http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy#?w=480
  29. 29. • National Cancer Strategy
  30. 30. National Cancer Continuum MeasuringAwareness . Going Care Performance.Prevention . Treatment. Research.Detection. Diagnosis. Workforce
  31. 31. National Cancer Strategy Components Education & •Myth Busting Campaign , Awareness Events. •School Education , Web Site . Understanding •Reduce Smoking. Prevention •Increase Exercise and healthy Diet. •Screening Program and Guidelines , Symptoms Awareness Campaign. Early Detection •Early Help from Health Professional , Prostate and Bladder Cancers Campaigns as a start. Rapid & Definitive •Training PHC clinicians , improved diagnostic Capacity and Capability. •Fast Referral Times to Specialist Clinics. Diagnosis •Patient Centered all times, Multi-Disciplinary Team Coordinators and Clinical Nurse Treatment Specialists. •Clinicians Focusing on Specific Cancer Site, Consistency ensuring Rapid Treatment. •Provides Effective Pain Relief and Support, Cancer Support Groups Ongoing Care •Secondary Prevention and follow-up, Encourage Cancer Survival Volunteering •Quantitative Analysis of PerformanceMeasuring Performance •Survey1 Population Understanding of Cancer 2.Patient`s Experiences of Treatment. •More healthcare Workers Dedicated to Cancer to Implement the NCS Workforce •More training for Existing Staff. Research •Involve the Diverse Research Community. •Organize International Conference in 2012 , Review of Progress. Next Steps •Strategy to be Refreshed in 2016.
  32. 32. Next Step• An Accessible Strategy: – (62%) make key messages clear in the media. • Extensive media coverage .. • Copies of the strategy in PHC and at HMC.
  33. 33. Next Stephttp://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy#?w=480
  34. 34. Organization of Cancer Service Cancer Control Services NCS Team Civil SCH PHC HMC Societies National NCDs- PHCC- Al Amal El Hiba Screening Cancer QNCSCancer Team referral Hospital Charity Program Hayat Think Pink
  35. 35. Next StepImplementationGovernance http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy#?w=480
  36. 36. Next Step• One-Year-On Conference: – To help ensure momentum is maintained in implementing on conference is held in Spring 2012. http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy#?w=480
  37. 37. Next Step• Revisiting the National Cancer Strategy and Reviewing Progress: – Revisited in 2016 and an update produced then. – Formal review of progress is carried out during 2013. http://www.nhsq.info/national-cancer-strategy#?w=480
  38. 38. Conclusion

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