Reinforcing Support for Ladies with Bosom Tumor (SSWBC).


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Reinforcing Support for Ladies with Bosom Malignancy (SSWBC) Please take note of that the courses of events distinguished here have changed after talk emerging from this presentation. 24/4/2001 Fortifying Backing for Ladies with Bosom Tumor (SSWBC) Starting Workshop 22 Walk 2001 SSWBC Rundown
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Fortifying Support for Women with Breast Cancer (SSWBC) Please take note of that the courses of events recognized here have changed after exchange emerging from this presentation. 24/4/2001

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

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SSWBC Summary Program Objectives Adequate and fitting data about treatment. Satisfactory data about strong consideration. Facilitated way to deal with steady care. Distinguishing proof and referral of ladies with psychosocial issues. Access to data about treatment for lymphoedema. Data about qualification for money related and other backing. SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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SSWBC Summary Desired Outcome Projects focusing on wellbeing experts + Projects focusing on ladies = Improved data and backing for ladies with bosom malignancy 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 wellbeing experts Linking inside/between care groups Education & Information Clinical Review Access to data assets Education sessions for: Consumers Families Health experts Consultation Case audit Telepsychiatry Telepsychology Home care e-Health Care Coordination and Administration Clinical systems administration Multidisciplinary survey Other wellbeing connections eg. Essential consideration suppliers Mental wellbeing groups

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SSWBC Summary Timelines Phase One: Introductory Session 22 March Regional pioneer 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 Two By February 2002 SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The E-Health Model The utilization of innovation to upgrade medicinal services. SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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

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The E-Health Model Uses Clinical survey and conference Peer bolster and systems administration Education and data Care co-appointment Health organization SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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

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The E-Health Model Relationships Practioner - expert Practitioner - customer Practitioner - data Consumer – data Administration SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The E-Health Model Benefits for Consumers Improved access to benefits More experienced and better prepared practitioners Earlier mediation and better wellbeing outcomes Less disturbance to family, vocation and social lives Reduced travel, stretch and expense SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The E-Health Model Benefits for Practitioners Peer bolster Professional instruction Increased limit Increased experience Greater efficienty through decreased travel, push and expense SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The E-Health Model The E-Health Model Examples Fetal tele-ultrasound interviews over 1500km – Dr Fung Yee Chan, Qld Basic surgical preparing online – Dr Tim Shaw, NSW Better Health Channel – DHS, Vic Multidisciplinary audit gatherings 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 growth self improvement system (teleconference) – Canada West Prince Telehospice – Canada Internet encouraged choice making for prostate tumor – 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 emotionally supportive network for ladies with bosom disease – USA Virtual Hospital – USA National Electronic Library for Health – UK Palm pilot based agony administration 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 local pioneers to help with the consultation process Identification of preparatory territorial interest and limit for Phase One activities Briefing for local partners Consideration of counsel procedure SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The Process Phase One Regional Leader Training 19 April Goals: Project preparation for local pioneers , BSEP managers and other local pioneers Advanced preparing in e-wellbeing ideas Training in videoconferencing help Further recognizable proof of local interest and capacity to partake in Phase One SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The Process Phase One Information Session 3 May Goals: Provide data to local members to help with the meeting procedure SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The Process Phase One Local Consultation 4 May – 15 June Goals: Regional exchange of alternatives and issues Development of provincial report and expressions of interest Provide monetary, assistance and accommodation development bolster Clarify linkages with other local bosom cancer ventures and projects SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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The Process Phase One Phase One Submission Process 16 June – 7 July Goals: Review local entries Finalisation of Phase One undertakings Funding of Phase One tasks SSWBC Introductory Workshop - 22 March 2001

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

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The Process Phase Two Commencement of Phase Two By February 2002 Goals: Regional advancement and advancement as with Phase One Invitation to districts 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: catuscia.biuso@dhs.vic.gov.au SS

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