|Awarded On||August 18, 2021|
|Title||Application of mHealth Technologies to Improve Latino Childhood Cancer Survivor Engagement and Use of Evidence for Personalized Follow-up Care and Screening|
|Award Mechanism||Dissemination of CPRIT-Funded Cancer Control Interventions|
|Institution/Organization||Baylor College of Medicine|
|Principal Investigator/Program Director||David Poplack|
|Cancer Sites||All Sites|
*Pending contract negotiation
Need: With the continuing improvement in treatment approaches, 84% of children with cancer survive 5 years or more. Survivors, however, remain at risk for cancer recurrence, secondary cancers, and late effects of treatment. In response to national recommendations to improve evidence-based survivor follow-up care, we collaborated with the Children’s Oncology Group (COG) to develop the Passport for Care (PFC), a web-based clinical decision support tool that employs COG’s long-term follow-up survivorship guidelines to generate for survivors a personalized survivorship care plan (SCP) based upon their cancer treatment summary (TS). We developed this freely available online system to democratize...