Supportive Care 2030 Movement Ambition Statements

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2023-06-13
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Flinders University & Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer
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Abstract
As a global leader in supportive care in cancer, the Multinational Association for Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) led the development of 15 ambition statements (13 statements and 2 sub-statements). The statements were collaboratively developed by patient advocates, researchers and care providers through a consensus process. The statements describe the desired state of supportive care by 2030 and will be used to inform future action plans. Achieving such standards of care is not the sole responsibility of MASCC and will require the concerted efforts of the global community. In these ambition statements: The term ‘people affected by cancer’ includes any person who has a diagnosis of any type of cancer across the entire cancer care continuum, as well as their significant others; Supportive care takes a life-long, team-based approach including people affected by cancer and care providers as part of the team.
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© Flinders University & Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer. This report and its contents may be reproduced without modification for any purpose, with proper attribution of the original publication, under the Creative Commons Attribution NoDerivatives licence. Images sourced under licence from Getty and are excluded from the Creative Commons Attribution NoDerivatives licence.
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Supportive care, Cancer care, Cancer patients, Oncology services
Citation
Chan RJ, Bowen J, Chan A, Chin M, Olver I, Taylor C, Tinianov S, Knowles R, Scotte F, Lustberg M, On behalf of Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC) Study Group chairs (2023) Supportive Care 2030 Movement-Ambition Statements. Flinders University & Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer.