This section contains a wide range of tools and resources that will support your local cancer pathways improvement programme.
These resources are arranged by the categories below, or you can find specific items via the search box at the bottom of this page.
- Event presentations and displays
- Shared resources from other Trusts
- Reference documents
- Videos and webinars
- Experience based design
- Measurement for improvement and QI tools
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shared resources from other trusts
Cancer Pathway Posters:
Cancer Pathways Improvement Programme - Frimley Health NHS FT For further information please contact Gill Schram, Interim Cancer Pathway Review Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Below you will find links to a wide range of useful reference documents.
Below are four useful documents produced by NHS IMAS in 2013 on good practice principles in cancer services:
A range of publications and journal articles:
Videos and Webinars
Below you will find links to a range of useful videos and webinars.
Webinar One: Pathway Mapping & Flow Principles - Wednesday 11 October 2017. Please register here to access the recording.
Webinar Two: Complex Systems and the Model for Improvement - Monday 27 November 2017. Please register here to access the recording.
Webinar Three: Cancer Performance - A COO's Perspective. Andy Hyett, Salisbury NHS FT - Friday 4 May 2018. Please register here to access the recording.
Measurement for Improvement, Mike Davidge, Director, NHS Elect:
Patient Experience. Philip Britton, Consultant Urological Surgeon and Western Sussex Hospitals NHS FT:
Experience Based Design
The Experience Based Design (EBD) approach is an exciting new way of bringing patients and staff together to share the role of improving care and re-designing services. EBD helps you to capture how patients are experiencing your services, and use that information to improve their experience.
Resources coming soon....
Measurement for improvement and QI tools
Improvement tools will assist you with your diagnostic processes, enabling you to plan effectively for services improvement.
Once underway, accurate measurement of the impact your programme is making and a clear understanding of the potential return on investment, is critical to enable you to fully realise the potential of your programme.
Staff Workload Tracker Tools - to allow staff groups such as multidisciplinary teams and co-ordinators to track their activity. They also help providers to ensure there's enough time to perform all tasks to the required standards.
Two Week Wait Capacity and Demand Tool - to help you understand your two week wait demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.
Endoscopy Capacity and Demand Tool - to help you understand your endoscopy demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.
Diagnostic Imaging Capacity and Demand Tool - to help you understand your diagnostic imaging demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.
Inpatient/Day Case Capacity and Demand Tool - to help you understand your inpatient demand and estimate the capacity you may need to meet it.