Survivorship: Living with and Beyond Cancer
Hold the date
The NCSI will be holding a free to attend survivorship conference in London on Friday 16 November 2012.
Download an overview of the conference.
Call for storyboards and posters
The National Cancer Survivorship Initiative is holding a conference on 16 November 2012 at the Grand Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen Street, London, and we are looking for organisations to submit storyboards or posters for display on the day.
Further details are available here.
The criteria for submission can be found here, or at www.NCSI.org.uk.
National Cancer Survivorship Initiative: teenage and young adult aftercare pathway
The children and young people cancer survivorship aftercare pathways have now been launched. The pathways have been produced and endorsed as clinical good practice following an extensive consultation process with input from clinical experts and cancers survivors. View the pathway.
National Cancer Survivorship Initiative (NCSI)
The NCSI is a programme of work that is aligned to the Improving Outcomes: A Strategy for Cancer (2011).
The NCSI have identified five key shifts to achieve improved care and support which are outlined in the NCSI Vision, and a set of principles (see section 5.17)
As part of the NCSI, NHS Improvement is leading and supporting the testing of new risk stratified pathways of care for those living with and beyond cancer. There are two programmes of work that NHS Improvement is undertaking one for children and young people, and another for adults.