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Retraite du RCR 2017

Le Réseau de cancérologie Rossy a tenu sa 3ème retraite annuelle au Plaza Centre-Ville à Montréal le 10 novembre 2017 et la journée a connu un succès retentissant!

Près de 200 médecins, infirmières, professionnels paramédicaux, chercheurs et représentants des patients se sont réunis pour faire le point sur le travail effectué dans le réseau au cours de la dernière année et pour discuter de nouvelles initiatives pouvant aider à intégrer le réseau en matière de soins palliatifs et de soins urgents besoins et traitements de pointe.

Pour télécharger les affiches ou présentations de la Retraite, veuillez cliquer sur les liens ci-dessous pour accéder aux fichiers PDF.

Programme

Présentations

*Les présentations sont destinées uniquement à la consultation dans un cadre personnel. Nous vous demandons de ne pas distribuer le contenu sans l'approbation préalable de l'auteur. Pour les coordonnées de l'auteur, veuillez contanter ana.pauna [at] mcgill.ca.

RCN Year in Review - Wilson Miller  

Quality Matters: Results from a network-wide quality scorecard - Carolyn Freeman 

Breast Disease Site Group - Jean-François Boileau/Sarkis Meterissian  

Hematology Disease Site Group - Kelly Davison/Sarit Assouline  

Lung Disease Site Group - Jason Agulnik/Jonathan Spicer  

Funding improvement initiatives: the RCN's Cancer Quality & Innovation Program  - Ari Meguerditchian 

Laying the groundwork for Oncology Evaluation and Treatment Centres in the RCN   - Erin Cook

Fertility preservation for newly diagnosed cancer patients QI2  - William Buckett 

Prehabilitation of frail elderly cancer patients before colon cancer surgery - Enrico Minnella / Franco Carli  

Breakout session: How can we implement symptom monitoring with patient-reported outcomes during routine care - Gerald Batist

Breakout session: Early integration of palliative and advanced care planning - Manuel Borod  

Breakout session: Training the next generations of clinicians - Joanne Alfieri 

Breakout session: Meeting the unique needs of AYA patients - Petr Kavan   

Affiches

*Ces affiches sont destinées uniquement à la consultation dans un cadre personnel. Nous vous demandons de ne pas distribuer le contenu sans l'approbation préalable de l'auteur. Pour les coordonnées de l'auteur, veuillez contanter ana.pauna [at] mcgill.ca.

Groupe de sites tumoraux

Breast: Working as a coordinated network to address controversies in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer and to implement targeted interventions to improve clinical trial activity  

Gastrointestinal: Ensuring stage III colon cancer patients are treated according to recommended guidelines  

Genitourinary: Monitoring the rate of positive surgical margins after radical prostatectomy and improving access to treatment (neo-adjuvant chemotherapy and cystectomy) for bladder cancer patients 

Gynecology: Improving turnaround time for pathology results and evaluating the effectiveness of a joint tumour board between the JGH and MUHC 

Hematology: Screening for HBV prior to administering rituximab therapy and improving access to targeted treatment by reducing delays to molecular pathology results 

Head & Neck: Decreasing unplanned hospital and emergency visits during the peri-treatment period for H&N patients undergoing chemoradiation therapy 

Lung: Streamlining the trajectory of care for lung cancer patients: a focus on diagnostic delays (molecular pathology), treatment delays (surgery, chemotherapy and radiotherapy) and end of life  

Conseil de la qualité 

Adult clinical trial participation across the RCN: how do we compare to the rest of Canada?  

Public report on oncology quality indicators: the Rossy Cancer Network scorecard  

Programme de soins de soutien

Enhancing and harmonizing psychosocial, supportive and palliative care across the Rossy Cancer Network 

Distress screening and symptom assessment via Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) are effective tools: Improving Patient Experience and Health Outcomes Collaborative (iPEHOC)  

Treatment Summary - an effective tool in improving communication between oncologists and family physicians  

Bourses de recherche CQI

Impact of an Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) program on the quality of care and emotional well-being of kidney cancer patients undergoing a nephrectomy Franck Bladou 

Looking Forward: Feasibility and acceptability of a cancer survivorship program - Rosana Faria 

Enrollment of esophago-gastric cancer patients in a clinical fast-track program improves time to treatment and quality of life - Lorenzo Ferri  

Rectal toxicity prediction using average-delivered DVHs determined from daily CBCT imaging for hypo-fractionated radiotherapy of the prostate - John Kildea 

Establishing quality care for patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma – the EQUAL CARE Program - Jonathan Spicer Icône PDF cqi_spicer_establishing_quality_care_for_patients_with_malignant_pleural_mesothelioma_-_the_equal_care_program.pdf

Bourses d'étude CQI

The abridged Patient Generated Subjective Global Assessment predicts QOL and and physical performance in people with cancer - Jonathan di Tomasso 

Bourses QI2

Implementation, standardization and analysis of a common ERAS protocol for radical cystectomy Franck Bladou 

Laying the groundwork for Oncology Evaluation and Treatment Centres - Erin Cook  

Education oncology health care providers on fertility preservation options for male cancer patients - Belen Herrero  

A patient-centered apparoach to the re-development of supportive care services for oncology AYA patients - Petr Kavan 

Start the Talk: a web-based resource to help support children and teens when someone close to them has cancer - Andrea Maria Laizner  

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