Jurisdictional Report Template

Each jurisdiction is asked to complete a report on the first 12 months of Optimal Cancer Care Pathway adoption. It is not expected that all data collection options are relevant or even possible for jurisdictions to report on; jurisdictions can adapt the report template, based on feasible data collection activities.

Page last updated: 16 August 2016

A significant achievement within the first year would be a report that indicates the level of relevant current data capabilities within the jurisdiction and any possible data or proxy measures that may provide a baseline for measuring future changes associated with adoption of the Optimal Cancer Care Pathways.

The National Cancer Expert Reference Group (NCERG) Secretariat will synthesise findings from all jurisdictional reports into a national update, to be submitted to AHMAC. The national report will summarise progress across jurisdictions, and nationally, in supporting the adoption of the Optimal Cancer Care Pathways. It may highlight barriers and enablers to the adoption of the Optimal Cancer Care Pathways.

Monitoring and reporting on the progress of Optimal Cancer Care Pathways can provide leverage for future service delivery planning and identify the necessary systems required to support continuous improvement and best practice cancer care.


Optimal Cancer Care Pathways in Practice 2016-17: Jurisdictional Report (Word 3732 KB)
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