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The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Childhood cancers (who are now OVER age 18)
Offer consultations to survivors who were not treated at the institution?
Supportive Care and Survivorship
Elizabeth Kvale, MD
Jennifer Hicks, MSHA, MBA
2000 6th Avenue South
Appointments or new patient referrals
General clinic information
Serve all cancer types?
Survivors in this clinic are routinely seen by
Multidisciplinary Team, Nurse or nurse navigator, Psychologist
Which of the following eligibility criteria must survivors meet to be seen in the program?
Must be disease free or have disease in remission
What model of care does the program use?
Multidisciplinary : Patients seen by providers from two or more disciplines (e.g., nursing, psychology, nutrition, medical specialties, etc.), Consultative Service : One time, or additional upon request, visit to address survivorship issues, provide treatment summary, care plan and refer to subspecialties for further evaluation).
Does the institution offer special clinical programs (not just educational programs or inservices) addressing any of the following survivorship concerns?
Fatigue, Chemo-brain (Cognitive dysfunction), Lymphedema, Male sexuality concerns, Female sexuality concerns, Cancer or treatment related pain, Neurologic late effects (radiculopathy, plexopathy, neuropathy, myopathy, autonomic dysfunction), Psychosocial concerns / counseling, Nutritional issues, Speech and swallowing, Bladder dysfunction / Pelvic rehabilitation, Sleep disturbance, Diarrhea / bowel dysfunction, Smoking cessation