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Final Presentation

APPLYING GAP ANALYSIS TO OPTIMIZE AYA CANCER SURVIVORSHIP CLINICS Lana N. Clay-Monaghan April 22, 2021

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Problem of Practice

The problem of practice in this dissertation drew upon the inconsistencies in cancer survivorship clinic structure and identified the gap in unmet organizational programming.

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Recommendations/ Theory: Gap Analysis

Revision of Cancer Survivorship Clinic Organizational Structure Define Program Administration roles Increase Program Administration value Develop knowledge and skills related to training

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Stakeholders

Oncologist Program Managers Social Workers Patient Navigators/patient Advocates Internal Program Administration

NIH NCI Clinics Nonprofits External

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Implementation Plan: Goals & Objectives

Global Organizational Performance I nitiative The NCI Cancer MoonshotSM Initiative seeks to reduce health disparities, increasing data sharing, and creating new collaborations and partnerships. AYA-ORGs lead organizational change efforts that improve clinic structure and programming of AYA cancer survivorship resources on site.

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Success

Program Administrator Engagement Survivor Engagement Funding

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Challenges

Funding Grants Private Funding Collaboration Program Administrators training Program effectiveness data A Post COVID eHealth HIPPA

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Resources and Milestones

Program Administration Training 6 Cancer Institutes Framework Creation

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Communication Plan

Goal Improve Cancer Survivor Clinics Audience Internal: Program Administrators External: NCI Partners Messages Mission Driven Training Channels 6 National Clinics Activities Meetings Presentations Framework Proposal Partnerships NIH/NCI

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Evaluation Plan: CIPP Model

Context Why do survivorship clinics need structure? Input Administrator training Process Product Framework Investment into programming prioritization Program Administration Feedback through surveys What are the problems survivors face? How to clinics vary? Continuous clinic improvement Implementation of policy and clinic/ program changes Are more survivors participating? Invest into survivor outreach