A global movement in pediatric cancer that brings together individuals and institutions dedicated to the shared vision of improving the quality of health care delivery and increasing survival rates of children with cancer and blood disorders worldwide.
SAFER Ukraine is a humanitarian effort to provide safe passage for childhood cancer patients and their families out of Ukraine.
St. Jude and World Health Organization are creating a platform that will transform access to childhood cancer medicines around the world.
The Global COVID-19 Observatory and Resource Center for Childhood Cancer is for health care professionals focused on pediatric cancer.
Launched in 2018, St. Jude Global is committed to ensuring that every child with cancer and other catastrophic diseases will have access to quality care and treatment no matter where in the world they live. In an effort to reduce disparities in access to care, St. Jude Global supports advancement of care through the development of comprehensive initiatives in capacity building, education and research.
The St. Jude Global Alliance is dedicated to the shared vision of improving access to quality care and increasing survival rates of children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases worldwide. The St. Jude Global Alliance takes a multilevel approach to developing regional, national and hospital-based initiatives centered on its member partners across seven regions and a growing number of cross-regional programs to ensure the advancement of care around the globe.
The St. Jude Global Alliance Online Community is a space for members of the St. Jude Global Alliance to connect, communicate and collaborate. The community is a web-based platform for members to interact, ask questions, seek advice and find information and inspiration. The community emphasizes regional and transversal program spaces, as well as resources for education initiatives and SJCARES tools, for project-specific interaction.
Through the St. Jude Global program and the St. Jude Global Alliance, we are committed to fulfilling the founding vision of our institution, that no child should die in the dawn of life. In pursuit of this vision, we are seamlessly integrating research, innovation and advanced education with program and capacity building to create a new paradigm in pediatric oncology, where academic medicine incorporates global programs and disparities in access to modern treatments are narrowed.
The St. Jude Global Childhood Cancer Analytics Resource and Epidemiological Surveillance System (SJCARES) provides a system to continuously identify, target and monitor the vital health metrics that impact patient outcomes while simultaneously advancing practical understanding of global childhood cancer epidemiology. With this approach, it is possible to optimize the utilization of valuable resources and improve the quality of childhood cancer care delivered worldwide.
A full evaluation of health-service delivery so that facilities can develop individual improvement plans for their institutions.Access PrOFILE
A hospital-based pediatric cancer registration and reporting system. It applies a child-centered approach that involves collecting and providing cancer epidemiology data.Access REGISTRY
SJCARES Systems is a tool suite designed to appraise the health systems environment to scale-up childhood cancer control via systems strengthening, and optimize sustainable interventions for children with cancer across national, regional, and global contexts.Access SYSTEMS
SJCARES Policies suite of tools aims to collaboratively address challenges with others interested in bridging evidence-to-policy and policy-to-action gaps - including policy designers, implementers, researchers and advocates at a national, regional, and global level.Access POLICIES
The Assessing Doctors’ Attitudes on Palliative Treatment (ADAPT) study identifies physician access, barriers, knowledge, and perceptions on palliative care integration for children with cancer as outlined by the World Health Organization (WHO) guide in 2018. The ADAPT study was first conducted in Eurasia, and has since been spread to other regions.View ADAPT Reports