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Nbcc pwpt

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  2. 2. 2  NBCC set a deadline to end breast cancer by 2020 (see White Paper)  NBCC has developed a Strategic Plan for meeting this deadline  DBCC reviewed the White Paper and an overview of the Strategic Plan  NBCC answered initial questions from DBCC  The DBCC needs to decide its level of involvement
  3. 3. 3  DBCC Question: What is meant by “end of breast cancer”? “We mean no breast cancer; stop from getting the disease at all”  NBCC plans to focus on two key areas: ◦ Learning how to stop breast cancer metastasis from taking women’s lives ◦ Learning how to prevent the disease from developing
  4. 4. 4 With an emphasis on removing barriers and encouraging collaboration, NBCC is:  Identifying specific areas crucial to achieving the goal ◦ NBCC encourages getting feedback on “why is it not possible?”  Convening stakeholders  Developing and implementing plans in each area  Monitoring and reporting on progress  Providing oversight and analysis
  5. 5. 5  NBCC will host two Strategic Summits in 2011 ◦ one each on the topics of Metastasis and Prevention  Participants will: ◦ develop a strategic plan for the associated topic ◦ identify major issues that are ripe for further work and that would have a significant impact on breast cancer in a five year time frame
  6. 6. 6  Catalytic Workshops will then be held around these issues in 2012 and beyond  Starting in 2013 NBCC will convene biennial Leadership Summits with a multi-disciplinary and visionary group to examine progress and provide guidance and direction ◦ Strategic Plan is a evolving plan; the leadership summits will examine new learnings to shape the plan
  7. 7. 7  NBCC will convene a Public Policy Roundtable on February 2011 ◦ Small group of individuals who think innovatively about how governments should work and what role they play in research and healthcare  Based on this work, NBCC will develop legislation to help achieve THE deadline  Annual progress reports will be issued
  8. 8. 8  NBCC will undertake an expansive Outreach Campaign ◦ Cutting-edge web tools ◦ Social media and advertising ◦ Activists
  9. 9. 9 Feb 2011 Government Relations/Public Policy Roundtable April 2011 Artemis Project Preventive Vaccine Meeting May 2011 NBCC Annual Advocacy Training Conference May 2011 Breast Cancer Deadline 2020 Baseline Annual Report Aug 2011 Summit on Metastasis Oct 2011 Summit on Prevention Report on Metastasis Summit Dec 2011 Report on Prevention Summit Jan 2012 Catalytic Workshop on Evidence Feb 2012 Catalytic Workshop: Metastasis April 2012 Artemis Project Preventive Vaccine Meeting May 2012 NBCC Annual Advocacy Training Conference May 2012 Breast Cancer Deadline 2020 Annual Progress Report June 2012 Catalytic Workshop: Prevention Early 2013 Leadership Summit
  10. 10. 10  What role should DBCC play? ◦ Passive ◦ Active observer ◦ Proactive participant  Timing of DBCC’s involvement?  What do we say externally?  What does this mean internally?
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  12. 12. 13  DBCC finds the NBCC announcement on the 2020 Deadline to end breast cancer exciting.  DBCC is actively reviewing NBCC’s call to action and strategic plan.  In the meantime, it is “business is as usual” for DBCC.

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