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Strengthening Support for Women with Breast Cancer (SSWBC)

Please note that the timelines identified here have changed following discussion arising from this presentation.

24/4/2001



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SSWBC Summary

Program Objectives

  • Adequate and appropriate information

    about treatment.

  • Adequate information about supportive care.

  • Coordinated approach to supportive care.

  • Identification and referral of women with

    psychosocial problems.

  • Access to information about treatment for

    lymphoedema.

  • Information about eligibility for financial and

    other support.

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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SSWBC Summary

Desired Outcome

Projects targeting health professionals

+

Projects targeting women

=

Improved information and support for women with breast cancer

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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SSWBC Summary

An E-Health Focus

Support

Peer support for:

Consumers, Families,

Breast Care Nurses,

Other health professionals

Linking within / between support groups

Education & Information

Clinical Review

Access to information resources

Education sessions for:

Consumers

Families

Health professionals

Consultation

Case review

Telepsychiatry

Telepsychology

Home care

e-Health

Care

Coordination and

Administration

Clinical networking

Multidisciplinary review

Other health links eg.

Primary care providers

Mental health teams


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SSWBC Summary

Timelines

  • Phase One:

  • Introductory Session 22 March

  • Regional leader training 19 April

  • Information session 3 May

  • Local consultation 4 May – 15 June

  • Phase One Submission 16 June –

    process 7 July

  • Phase One implementation July 2001

  • Commencement of Phase TwoBy February 2002

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

The use of technology to

enhance health care.

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Technology

  • Videoconferencing

  • Internet/email

  • Information management

  • POTS – Phone, fax

  • Multi-media

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Uses

  • Clinical review and consultation

  • Peer support and networking

  • Education and information

  • Care co-ordination

  • Health administration

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Care Types

  • Telepsychiatry / counselling

  • Teleradiology

  • Telerehabilitation

  • Tele home care

  • Multidisciplinary care

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Relationships

  • Practioner - practitioner

  • Practitioner - consumer

  • Practitioner - information

  • Consumer – information

  • Administration

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Benefits for Consumers

  • Improved access to services

  • More experienced and better trained practitioners

  • Earlier intervention and better health outcomes

  • Less disruption to family, employment and social lives

  • Reduced travel, stress and cost

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

Benefits for Practitioners

  • Peer support

  • Professional education

  • Increased capacity

  • Increased experience

  • Greater efficienty through reduced travel, stress and cost

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

The E-Health Model

Examples

  • Fetal tele-ultrasound consultations over 1500km – Dr Fung Yee Chan, Qld

  • Basic surgical training online – Dr Tim Shaw, NSW

  • Better Health Channel – DHS, Vic

  • Multidisciplinary review meetings

  • HealthInsite – DH&AC, AUS

  • Alfred Hospital Trauma Symposium

  • Yarram telerehabilitation – Vic

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

The E-Health Model

Examples

  • Videotaped Grand Rounds – Fletcher Allen Health Care, USA

  • RDNS remote access database – AUS

  • Victorian Telepsychiatry Network – AUS

  • Breast cancer self-help network (teleconference) – Canada

  • West Prince Telehospice – Canada

  • Internet facilitated decision making for prostate cancer – Canada

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The E-Health Model

The E-Health Model

Examples

  • Electronic Housecall System – China

  • Computer based patient support system for women with breast cancer – USA

  • Virtual Hospital – USA

  • National Electronic Library for Health – UK

  • Palm pilot based pain management system – USA

  • Baby CareLink virtual visits and information support – USA

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Introductory Session 22 March

  • Goals:

  • Identification of regional leaders to assist in the consultation process

  • Identification of preliminary regional interest

    and capacity for Phase One projects

  • Briefing for regional stakeholders

  • Consideration of consultation process

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Regional Leader Training 19 April

  • Goals:

  • Project briefing for regional leaders, BSEP managers and other regional leaders

  • Advanced training in e-health concepts

  • Training in videoconferencing facilitation

  • Further identification of regional interest and capacity to participate in Phase One

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Information Session 3 May

  • Goals:

  • Provide information to regional participants to assist with the consultation process

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Local Consultation 4 May – 15 June

  • Goals:

  • Regional discussion of options and issues

  • Development of regional report and expressions of interest

  • Provide financial, facilitation and submission development support

  • Clarify linkages with other regional breast cancer projects and programs

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Phase One Submission Process

  • 16 June – 7 July

  • Goals:

  • Review regional submissions

  • Finalisation of Phase One projects

  • Funding of Phase One projects

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase One

  • Phase One Implementation July 2001

  • Goal:

  • Commence Phase One projects

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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The Process

Phase Two

  • Commencement of Phase Two

  • By February 2002

  • Goals:

  • Regional promotion and development

    as with Phase One

  • Invitation to regions to submit for Phase Two

    projects

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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Contact

Catuscia Biuso

BreastCare Victoria

Phone: 03 9616 2132

Fax: 03 9616 2513

Email: [email protected]

SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001


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