NCCN Clinical Recommendations
JNCCN–Journal of the National Comprehensive
More than 23,000 oncologists and other cancer care
professionals across the United States read
of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network
. This peer-
reviewed, indexed medical journal, edited by Harold J. Burstein,
Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center |
Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center
the latest information about clinical best practices, oncology
outcomes, and new research initiatives.
mission is to improve the quality of cancer care
by addressing oncology practice for all disease stages and
presentations. Content covers the entire spectrum of oncologic
health care, from prevention and screening to treatment and
is dedicated to improving the quality
of cancer care locally, nationally, and internationally while
enhancing the collaboration between academic medicine and
the community physician.
is further committed to
disseminating information across the cancer care continuum
by publishing clinical practice guidelines and reporting rigorous
outcomes data collected and analyzed by experts from the
world’s leading care centers.
features updated sections of the NCCN Guidelines;
timely reviews and commentaries elaborating on NCCN
Guideline recommendations and expanding on important
themes and emerging practices; NCCN Guidelines Insights
highlighting and discussing the rationale for important
updates/changes to NCCN Guidelines; case reports from
NCCN Member Institutions considering NCCN Guideline
recommendations; and health services and clinical research
papers. During 2012,
also expanded its CE offerings.
NCCN.org – NCCN’s Website for Clinicians
NCCN.org is a valuable resource for clinical professionals and
other health care decision-makers who rely on the website
for access to the latest updates to the NCCN Guidelines, the
NCCN Compendium, the NCCN Biomarkers Compendium,
and the NCCN Templates. Clinical professionals can also
register for educational events, complete online CE programs,
learn about the most recent developments at NCCN, and order
NCCN resources, including pocket-sized versions of NCCN
Guidelines and the Complete Library of NCCN Guidelines on
flash drive. Comprehensive information about NCCN Member
Institutions is available along with links to the websites of each
NCCN Member Institution.
In 2012, NCCN.org had more than
1.6 million unique visitors.
Through the Patient Resources section of NCCN.org, clinical
professionals and other health care decision-makers can easily
access NCCN.com – a website devoted to patients, caregivers,
and their families highlighting the NCCN Guidelines for
, clinical trial information, NCCN Member Institutions,
Reimbursement Resource Room, and more.
A redesign of the NCCN.org website was completed in 2012
to allow for easier navigation and an improved user experience.