The Childhood Cancer Care Plan: A Roadmap for Ontario
2018-2023 is the fifth long-range plan produced by POGO. The five goals and five-year objectives reflect key priorities for Ontario’s childhood cancer system identified through in-depth consultations with hundreds of stakeholders. The action steps identified are a starting point we hope all of our partners will embrace, expand on and work in partnership to implement. Together, we can all ensure that when patients and survivors have different components of their care delivered in different locations by different specialists, it is with confidence and assurance that these programs and services are anchored by a coordinated provincial system.
The Making of The Childhood Cancer Care Plan
- Overview of childhood cancer in Ontario, the uniqueness of childhood cancer
- Five goals with objectives and action steps to drive ongoing improvements in Ontario’s childhood cancer system
Read the latest POGO Surveillance Report for data on the incidence of childhood cancer, childhood cancer survival and mortality, and the prevalence of childhood cancer survivors in Ontario.
Planning the Next Five Years
POGO has begun planning for the next five-year Childhood Cancer Care Plan, 2024 – 2029. We want to better understand how to improve childhood cancer care by hearing the perspectives of those who have lived experience with childhood cancer or a brain tumour as a patient/survivor, parent, relative or friend. Have your say here.