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SurvivorLink Publication - User-center design and enhancement
SurvivorLink was designed with input from healthcare providers, young adult survivors, and parents of survivors.  An article published in Supportive Care in Cancer describes the user-centered design methods and iterative enhancements to address usability barriers and met the self-identified needs of survivors of childhood cancer and their providers. ...
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EDUCATION

QuickFacts

A quick reference for each organ system listing potential late effects associated with cancer treatment. Quick facts were developed using the evidence-based Children’s Oncology Group Long-Term Follow-Up Guidelines.

Continuing Education

Free text and video modules which cover selected survivorship topics in more depth.

MY SURVIVORS' HEALTH RECORDS

SurvivorLink is a patient-centric communication tool. Survivors store key health documents from primary care, specialty and survivor clinic providers in their SurvivorLink Health Record.

Accept your survivor’s invitation to access their SurvivorLink Health Record to view stored documents and upload additional files from your practice.

 
CANCER SURVIVORLINK™ NEWS
NEW Infertility Risk and Fertility Status Assessment Continuing Education Modules
Infertility is one of the top concerns of young adult survivors of childhood cancer. Defined as the inability to achieve pregnancy…
10/20/2021
Childhood Cancer Survivors should continue to be mindful of COVID-19
All childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors should continue to follow recommendations to prevent the spread of…
7/1/2020
SurvivorLink™ has been designed to increase awareness and knowledge about the life-long healthcare needs of pediatric cancer survivors, and increase communication about the specific healthcare needs of individual survivors between survivor and family, cancer survivor team, primary care provider, and healthcare subspecialists.
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