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Strengthening Support for Women with Breast Cancer (SSWBC)

Strengthening Support for Women with Breast Cancer (SSWBC)

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  1. 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

  2. Strengthening Support for Women with Breast Cancer (SSWBC) Introductory Workshop 22 March 2001

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. The E-Health Model The use of technology to enhance health care. SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

  8. The E-Health Model Technology • Videoconferencing • Internet/email • Information management • POTS – Phone, fax • Multi-media SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

  9. 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

  10. The E-Health Model Care Types • Telepsychiatry / counselling • Teleradiology • Telerehabilitation • Tele home care • Multidisciplinary care SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

  11. The E-Health Model Relationships • Practioner - practitioner • Practitioner - consumer • Practitioner - information • Consumer – information • Administration SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

  12. 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

  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 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

  17. 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

  18. 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

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. 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

  22. The Process Phase One • Phase One Implementation July 2001 • Goal: • Commence Phase One projects SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

  23. 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

  24. Contact Catuscia Biuso BreastCare Victoria Phone: 03 9616 2132 Fax: 03 9616 2513 Email: catuscia.biuso@dhs.vic.gov.au SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001