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Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

Everything You Need to Know About Cancer Centers

Debbie Dibbert

UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

Jana Sharpley

Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center

Washington University School of Medicine

Suzanne Teer

UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Overview (www.cancer.gov)

  • Part of the NIH, one of 11 agencies of Department of Health and Human Services

  • Established under the National Cancer Institute Act of 1937

  • The fed’s principal agency for cancer research and training

  • Mission

  • “…..conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer, rehabilitation from cancer, and the continuing care of cancer patients and the families of cancer patients.”


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

Harold Varmus, MD

Director, National Cancer Institute

  • Co-recipient of Nobel Prize in 1989 for studies of the genetic basis of cancer

  • Began his tenure June 2010

  • Former President and CEO, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Director, National Institutes of Health

  • 23 years as faculty member at UC San Francisco


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • What is a NCI-Designated Center?

    • Institutions dedicated to research in the development of more effective approaches to prevent, diagnosis and treat cancer

    • 67 centers: most affiliated with university medical centers; some are freestanding centers; some conduct research only

    • Entrée to greater federal funding

    • Recognition of scientific excellence and outstanding leadership


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

Two Levels of NCI-Designated Centers

(cancercenters.cancer.gov/index.html)

  • Comprehensive Cancer Centers (41 nationally)

  • Scientific leadership in each of three areas: laboratory, clinical and population-based research

  • Substantial transdisciplinary research that bridges these areas

  • Professional and public education and outreach, including dissemination of clinical and public health advances

  • 2. Cancer Centers (26 nationally)

  • Scientific leadership, resources and capabilities in laboratory, clinical or population science, or some combination of these three

  • Reasonable depth and breadth of research in the scientific areas it chooses and transdisciplinary research across these areas


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Cancer Center Support Grant (P30)

  • Funding provided by NCI to support:

    • Formal, interactive scientific research programs

    • Centralized shared resources (technologies, services, consultation)

    • Strategic planning and evaluation

    • Developmental funding to pursue newly identified priorities

    • Centralized Cancer Center administration

    • Centralized scientific oversight of cancer clinical trials

  • Substantial funding involved

    • FY11 range $720,000 - $13.6 million (1 year)

  • Extensive written grant + site visit by NCI review committee; renewed every 5 years

  • Philanthropy important in the “institutional support” component


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • SPORE:

  • Specialized Programs of Research Excellence

  • Promote interdisciplinary, translational cancer research

  • Basic + clinical scientists = new and diverse approaches

  • Focused on a specific organ site or a group of cancers (i.e. GI cancers)

  • Goal: Rapid and efficient movement of basic scientific findings into clinical settings

    • Required to reach a human end-point within 5-year funding period

  • 62 SPOREs in 23 states; 17 organ sites/systems represented

  • Encourages the advice of patient advocates


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Institutional Structure

Matrix/UniversityFree-standing Cancer Center

Hospital

Benefits & ChallengesSimilarities & Differences

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Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Matrix Cancer Center—School of Medicine Partner

  • Free-standing Cancer Center—Research Institute Partner*

    • (provides cancer-specific care)

  • Hospital/Health System (CHS) —Research Institute Partner*

    • (provides care in many specialty areas)

  • *Typical research affiliation


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

NACCDO member cancer centers represent a broad range

of organizational frameworks


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Factors that Impact Development:

  • Matrix/University

  • Governance or Advisory Body

    • Cancer Center Board of Directors

    • University Trustees

    • Medical School Trustees

  • Hospital Affiliation Agreement

    • Full Ownership

    • Partnership

    • Service Contract

  • Financial Reporting Line

    • University

    • Medicine

    • Cancer Center


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Factors that Impact Development:

  • Matrix/University-cont’d

  • Development Reporting Line

    • University development leadership

    • Medical development leadership

    • Cancer center director

    • University Clearance System for Prospects/Donors

    • Centralized Services or Self-contained Services

    • Database

    • Gift processing

    • Planned giving

    • Annual Fund


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

Photo of SCC/CAM


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

Yale University


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Factors that Impact Development:

  • Free-standing Cancer Center/Hospital

  • Governing or Advisory Body

    • Cancer Center Board of Directors

    • Foundation Board of Directors

    • Hospital/System Board of Directors

  • Academic Partner Affiliation--University or Research Institute

    • Institutional Partner

    • Contract

  • Financial Reporting Line

    • Hospital

    • Foundation

    • Cancer Center

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Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

  • Factors that Impact Development:

  • Free-standing Cancer Center/Hospital-cont’d

  • Development Reporting Line

    • Hospital leadership

    • Foundation leadership

    • Cancer center director

    • Less Complicated Clearance System for Prospects/Donors

    • Centralized or Self-contained Services

    • Database

    • Gift processing

    • Planned giving

    • Annual Fund


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NACCDO members represent

centers across the spectrum.

We share the common goal of

raising funds to fight cancer.

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Naccdo history

NACCDO History

  • Informal annual meetings started at Fox Chase Cancer Center in 1987

  • Established Steering Committee at annual meeting at The Ohio State University in 1992


Mission

Mission

To relieve the burden of cancer by addressing the needs unique to development officers at NCI-supported cancer centers.


Membership

Membership

  • Open to any NCI-designated or NCI-funded cancer center

  • Membership is by institution. All professional development officers at member institutions can participate.

  • Annual membership dues $350 (effective July 1, 2013 if approved)

  • 77 active members in 2012/2013


Governance

Governance

Officers

  • Chair

  • Debbie Dibbert

  • UNC Lineberger

  • Vice Chair

  • Jana Sharpley

  • Siteman Cancer Center

  • Secretary

  • Vicki Riedel Winship, Emory

  • Treasurer

  • Cindy Eller Roswell Park

Board of Directors up to 18 individuals (15 at-large and past, current and future conference host)

Board members can serve up to two (2) three year terms


Benefits

Benefits

  • Annual Conference

  • Benchmarking

  • Range of webinars throughout the year

  • Robust website with members only resource library and job postings

  • Networking through listservs and contact lists


Everything you need to know about cancer centers debbie dibbert

NACCDO is your organization

Enjoy the conference

Get involved!


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