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The GEM-Care Planning Initiative (GEM-CP) (NCI/HCIRB)

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Health care policy and health information environment variables relevant to survivorship care planning (e.g., electronic and personal health records (EHRs and PHRs)) are dynamic and change rapidly. The GEM-Care Planning Initiative (GEM-CP), a project initiated by the National Cancer Institute's Health Communication and Informatics Research Branch (HCIRB) and Office of Cancer Survivorship, is intended to build consensus in the survivorship community around high-priority process and outcome measures for use in studies of survivorship care planning. Increased use of shared measures will enable comparability across studies and facilitate expeditious identification of strategies to implement optimal care planning - or barriers to that planning - for cancer survivors.
  
Useful Links & Documentation
NameDescriptionTypePosted ByDate Posted
Examination of Survivorship Care Planning Efficacy and Impact [R21]  URLSana Naveed3/5/2013
Examination of Survivorship Care Planning Efficacy and Impact [R01]  URLSana Naveed3/5/2013
Narrative of the Presentation Describing GEM and Participation in the GEM-CP Initiative  application/pdfBrian Keefe3/2/2012
Presentation Describing GEM and Participation in the GEM-CP Initiative  URLBrian Keefe3/2/2012
GEM-CP Initiative Timeline 2-17-12.pdf  application/pdfSana Naveed2/23/2012
Matrix of Champions.xls  application/vnd.ms-excelSana Naveed2/23/2012
6th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference  URLSana Naveed2/17/2012
Workspace Administrator: Sana Naveed ( sana.naveed@nih.gov )       Workspace Status: Active (02/28/12)

     

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