RM Partners is working with our clinical partners and stakeholders to reduce treatment variation, share best practice and improve access to cancer treatments in three key areas of cancer care.
- Medicines optimisation
- Children, teenagers and young adults
The RM Partners Medicines Optimisation group is working both locally and across London to improve access to chemotherapy and systemic medicines for cancer, whilst improving the patient experience and reducing unwarranted variation through use of best practice.
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RM Partners hosts the West London Surrey & Sussex Radiotherapy Operational Delivery Network, one of 11 radiotherapy networks established by NHS England in 2019.
The Network is designed to modernise and transform the provision of radiotherapy services which, in turn, will allow more service users to benefit from innovative technology, improved treatment outcomes and enhanced patient experience.
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Children, Teenagers and Young Adults
The Children’s, Teenagers’ and Young Adults’ Cancer Operational Delivery Networks (ODN) were established in 2021 to improve patient outcomes and experience across England. This includes supporting services to meet the new standards set out in the NHS England specifications for paediatric and TYA oncology services.
RM Partners hosts the South Thames Children’s, Teenagers’ and Young Adults’ Cancer ODN.
Services across north west London are managed by the North Thames Children’s, Teenagers’ and Young Adults’ Cancer ODN, hosted by Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust.
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