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Surgical Oncology Council and Network: A Primer for Surgeons

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Surgical Oncology Council and Network: A Primer for Surgeons

  1. 1. Surgical Oncology CouncilSurgical Oncology Council and Networkand Network A Primer for Surgeons B Rudston-Brown MD - for the Surgical Oncology Network
  2. 2. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Surgeons Oncologists Ministry of Health BCCA Epidemiology Administrative infrastructure Who
  3. 3. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Study delivery of surgical cancer care in BC Recommend ‘best practice’ Identify barriers to achieving ‘best practice’ Work to eliminate barriers Why?
  4. 4. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network  Define the community of providers  Foster interactions for the improvement of care  Integrate with the BCCA  Provide support and advocacy for the patients and providers Why?
  5. 5. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Formed under the auspices of the BCCA Broad geographic involvement Physician led History
  6. 6. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Network Executive Committees – Clinical Practice Guidelines – Research and Outcome Evaluation – Education – Communications Tumor Groups Organization
  7. 7. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Co Chairs – Dr Con Rusnak and Dr Noelle Davis Network Manager – Tina Strack Process Leader – Barbara Poole Physicians from all health regions Ministry of Health BCCA Organization - Executive
  8. 8. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Chair – Dr. Noelle Davis Define best practice Develop practice guidelines and care maps Input from tumor groups Clinical Practice Committee
  9. 9. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Chair – Dr. Peter Doris Foster and evaluate data from the province Evaluate projects for funding The goal is locally produced and comparable outcome data Research and Outcome Evaluation
  10. 10. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Chair – Dr. Rona Chiefetz Develop high quality educational activities in surgical oncology Partnerships with UBC, BC Surgical and others On line opportunities CPD compatible Education Committee
  11. 11. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Chair – B. Rudston-Brown To promote communication with all surgeons and the network and council Tools – Newsletter, Website, email, other This is a two way street We need your interest and feedback Communication Committee
  12. 12. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Website – www.bccancer.bc.ca/son Newsletter Videoconferencing Extranet Project Communication Committee
  13. 13. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network To advise the council on issues and challenges regarding the treatment of site specific tumors Liaison with BCCA tumor site groups Expectation of broad geographic representation Tumor Groups
  14. 14. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network  Breast – Dr. Al Hyashi  Colorectal – Dr. Terry Phang  Lung – Dr. Richard Finley  Gynecology – Dr. Elissa McMurtrie  Head and Neck – Dr. Frank Wong  Endocrine – Dr. Sam Bugis  Sarcoma/Spinal – Dr. Bas Masri  Melanoma/Skin – Dr. Adrian Lee Tumor Group Chairs
  15. 15. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Neuro – Dr. Brian Toyota GI – Dr. Gil Wankling Hepatobiliary – Dr. CH Scudamore Urology - TBA Tumor Group Chairs
  16. 16. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network Define optimum surgical oncology practices Reduce or eliminate barriers to optimal practice Provide high quality educational opportunities Generate, analyze and communicate provincially relevant data Summary
  17. 17. Surgical Oncology Council and NetworkSurgical Oncology Council and Network There are plenty of opportunities for involvement If you agree – get involved If you disagree – get involved Summary

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