Meeting the changing needs of people living with cancer: evolution of the cancer pathway
Interested in exploring all aspects of the cancer pathway and the changing needs of patients’ care?
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Cancer Research UK is supporting The Kings Fund event “Meeting the changing needs of people living with cancer: evolution of the cancer pathway” on Wednesday 6th March 2019.
This event will explore all aspects of the cancer pathway, including the early diagnosis of cancer, looking specifically at:
- Cancer services within an integrated care system (ICS)
- Quality, patient-centred care in out-of-hours, out-of-hospital settings
- Specialist and supportive palliative care
- Digital technology that is improving patient pathways
- Improved connections between primary and acute health services
- Integrated community-based services that assess and address the full range of needs that people with cancer can experience, including physical, emotional, financial, practical, and social needs
Cancer Research UK is supporting this event with Dr Jodie Moffat, Head of Early Diagnosis at CRUK joining an expert panel, and by providing the speed dating case study during the Improving connections between primary and acute health services breakout session, which will be presented by Dr Chrissie Clayton, CRUK GP for Surrey and Sussex Cancer Alliance and Debbie Bell, CRUK Facilitator.
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