The Institute of Medicine (now National Academy of Medicine) recommended that all patients who complete cancer treatment are provided with a survivorship care plan that includes information about their treatment, plan for follow-up, possible late effects, resources, and care coordination. Several organizations have developed programs to create survivorship care plans for patients.
This free and easy to use program provides cancer survivors with information regarding the health risks they face as a result of cancer therapies.
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Generic and cancer-specific templates are available.
Passport for Care
This website provides a “Screening Recommendations Generator” tool that empowers survivors to independently learn about their potential late effects, guidelines-based screening recommendations for these late effects, and any relevant guidelines for follow up care after cancer treatment.