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Mission, Function & Structure

The goal of the BC Cancer Surgery Network is to establish a structure and a system to enable the integration of quality surgical oncology services into the formal cancer care system.

The four main mandates of the Network include:

  1. Developing communications tools to enhance surgical decision making provincially;
  2. Participating in the identification and/or development of peer- reviewed, evidence-based guidelines based on 'best practice' principles;
  3. Developing a high quality continuing education program that meets standards of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons; and
  4. Conducting regionally based research and outcome analyses to provide vital information for Network initiatives.

The Network's mission is to promote the best surgical oncology care through: 

  1. Leadership, advocacy, mentoring and education
  2. Providing strong linkages between BC Cancer, surgeons and hospitals across BC
  3. Integrating quality surgical oncology services into the formal cancer care system
  4. Developing partnerships and collaborations provincially and nationally.

  1. To increase recognition of the BC Cancer Surgery Network as the leading advisory and resource body for surgical oncology in BC, and to foster partnerships provincially and nationally.
  2. To promote and implement best practices for quality cancer surgery and enhance access to multidisciplinary patient-centred care.
  3. To evaluate and improve patient outcomes through research and quality data collection, management and reporting processes.
  4. To promote continuous quality improvement of surgical oncology through advocacy, mentoring, medical education and professional development. 
BC Cancer Surgery Network STRUCTURE

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