Survivorship Care Plans

The Institute of Medicine (now National Academy of Medicine) recommended that all patients who complete their cancer treatment are provided with a survivorship care plan that includes information about their treatment, plans for follow-up, possible late effects, resources, and care coordination. Several organizations have developed programs to create survivorship care plans for patients.   

OncoLife™ 
This free and easy to use program provides cancer survivors with information regarding the health risks they face as a result of cancer therapies.
https://oncolife.oncolink.org/

American Society of Clinical Oncology
Generic and cancer-specific templates are available. 
https://www.asco.org/practice-policy/cancer-care-initiatives/prevention-survivorship/survivorship-compendium

Passport for Care
https://cancersurvivor.passportforcare.org/content/aboutpfc
The Passport for Care is a free online resource tool for survivors of childhood cancer (including patients who received a bone marrow transplant).

Journey Forward
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