Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs

Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs, Seventh Annual AONN+ Conference Abstracts

29. A Model for Survivorship Care Plans at a Large Academic Institution

Andrew Joseph Ward, John Lawrence Bell, Lindsey Jerkins
The Cancer Institute at The University of Tennessee Medical Center, Knoxville, TN 

Background: In 2014, the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer mandated in Standard 3.3 that survivorship care plans (SCPs) be provided for all patients at the completion of active [ Read More ]

Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs, Seventh Annual AONN+ Conference Abstracts

30. Electronically Generating the Treatment Summary (TS) and Survivorship Care Plan (SCP) for Cancer Survivors from a Tumor Registry

Regina Franco, MSN, ANP-C; Matthew F. Hudson, PhD; Mark A. O’Rourke, MD; Julia Yates, RN; Patricia Leighton, MSN Ed OCN; Stephanie Hoopes, RN; Douglas McCormick, MSN, APRN-BC; LeAnn Perkins, MSN, ARNP; Kathleen Brant, CTR
Greenville Health System (GHS), Greenville, SC 

Background: Delivery of a personalized TS/SCP for cancer survivors is a widely endorsed standard of care. Few cancer programs are able to deliver the TS/SCP to more than a small [ Read More ]

Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs, Seventh Annual AONN+ Conference Abstracts

31. Implementation and Evaluation of an Expanded Survivorship Program

Sara Parise, RN, BSN, OCN, CN-BN; Eileen Brennan-O’Neill, RN, BA, OCN; Karen Gleason, RN, BSN, OCN
Northwell Health Cancer Institute, Monter Cancer Center, Lake Success, NY 

Background: The Northwell Health Cancer Institute consists of 12 disease site Centers of Excellence, one being the Breast Cancer Center of Excellence. Under this scope, the survivorship program for breast [ Read More ]

Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs, Seventh Annual AONN+ Conference Abstracts

32. Implementing a Survivorship Program in a Community Hospital–Based Cancer Center to Meet Standard 2.20 for NAPBC Accreditation

Cheryl Syta, RN, MS, AOCNP; Barbara R. McHale, RN, BS, OCN, CBCN; Jessica Sawicki, RN; Jacqueline Dorn, MSW Intern
St. Mary’s Cancer Treatment Center, SPHP, Troy, New York 

Background: The impetus to create a survivorship program at our community hospital–based cancer center was our desire to attain NAPBC accreditation. NAPBC Standard 2.20: a comprehensive breast cancer survivorship care [ Read More ]

Category V: Original Research on Survivorship Programs, Seventh Annual AONN+ Conference Abstracts

33. Questions for Your Survivorship Appointment: A Tool to Screen for Patient Concerns

Stephanie Merce Boecher, RN, OCN, MSN, BSN, BA1; Julia R. Trosman, PhD, MBA2; Patricia A. Robinson, MD3; Frank J. Penedo, PhD4; Sofia F. Garcia, PhD4; Carol A. Rosenberg, MD5; Rosa Berardi6; Javier Macias, BA7; James Gerhart, PhD8; Sarah L. Oberholz, LCSW9; Shakuntala Shrestha, APN10; Pam Khosla, MD10; Oana C. Danciu, MD11; Rajul Kothari, MD11; William Dale, MD, PhD12; Sheetal Mehta Kircher, MD4; Megan R. Slocum, MMS, PA-C13; Christine B. Weldon, MBA2
1Advocate Health Care; 2The Center for Business Models in Healthcare; 3Loyola University Medical Center; 4Northwestern University; 5NorthShore University HealthSystem; 6The Coleman Foundation; 7Leukemia & Lymphoma Society; 8Rush University Medical Center; 9Mercy Hospital and Medical Center; 10Mount Sinai Hospital; 11University of Illinois at Chicago; 12University of Chicago; 13Cancer Survivorship Institute Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center 

Introduction: Cancer and its treatment can have long-lasting or late-onset effects. A robust survivorship program, founded on distress screening and survivorship care plans as recommended by the Institute of Medicine [ Read More ]