Campaign for skin cancer prevention in 2018 – Facebook posts.
Screenshots of the posts below show the reach and engagement numbers. You can click on an image to go to the actual post.
The purpose of this project was to identify factors within the radiation oncology department that may contribute to delays in patients receiving chemoradiation and decrease the total time required for patients to receive their treatment. According to a baseline audit, the average time from initial contact to start of treatment was around 5 weeks. The goal is to shorten the time from the scheduling of consultation to the first day of radiation from 34 days to 24 days for all newly diagnosed patients with stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer that are receiving chemoradiation by June 2018.
The objectives of this study were to assess for delay in oral chemotherapy administration, evaluate if missed doses were approriate and to determine if missed doses were related to the hospital formulary.