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iPOG Network

International Pediatric Oncology Guidelines in Supportive Care Network (iPOG Network)

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Welcome

The International Pediatric Oncology Guidelines in Supportive Care Network (iPOG Network) is a voluntary international collaboration of organizations which are actively developing or endorsing clinical practice guidelines for the supportive care of children with cancer or undergoing bone marrow transplant.

By fostering strong relationships among and between the creators and users of trustworthy supportive care clinical practice guidelines, the iPOG Network aims to:

  1. Develop an international understanding of methodological rigor in the creation of clinical practice guidelines relevant to the supportive care of children receiving cancer treatment and undergoing bone marrow transplant;
  2. Train and mentor students and clinicians within all professions involved in the care of in the children receiving cancer treatment and undergoing bone marrow transplant in the evaluation of trustworthy clinical practice guidelines
  3. Create capacity for trustworthy clinical practice guideline creation so as to address the evolving needs of children receiving cancer treatment and undergoing bone marrow transplant and to systematically update existing clinical practice guidelines as new evidence emerges;
  4. Facilitate the implementation of care that is consistent with the recommendations of trustworthy clinical practice guidelines; and
  5. Evaluate patient and system outcomes resulting from clinical practice guideline-consistent care.

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