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Managing cancer care amid pandemics such as the global COVID-19 faces a number
of challenges and constraints, not only in relation to cancer care processes and
systems readiness to cope with, but also in relation to legal, social, ethical and
professional (LSEP) issues. The situation becomes more severely challenged in the
absence of readily available national polices, processes, standards, and quality
requirements to deal with pandemics. This, however, exerts further and unplanned
pressure on cancer care centres and their associated nodes, which are already already
under severe resourcing issues including targeted timescales for the cancer care life
cycle of cancer patients, availed resources for the different cancer care processes such
as diagnosis, treatment, nursing, social, financial support, etc.

In addition, it may not be surprising that many cancer care organisations do not have
well-documented and formalized process architecture (PA) reflecting cancer care
processes whether being strategic, management, or operational. Therefore, in
pandemic times – such as COVID-19 – specific characterisation not only the absence
of a PA has serious implications, but also the readiness of the organisation structure,
agility of its processes, readiness of related information technology systems, alignment
with cancer patients specific circumstances, and their socialising circles pose particular
challenges to cancer care professionals working in a cancer care organisation in
different process roles endeavoring to deliver compassionately and safely cancer care
to patients, but also saving themselves and their societal circles from COVID-19.

You will need to conduct a critical literature review to identify an issue that (you
consider) needs further research and development but is also anticipated to benefit
cancer care organisations from the application of (and readiness of) cancer care

process architectures, service learning, and fitness-for-purpose related cancer care
information systems in their cancer care organisations, with the aim of delivering
compassionate and safe cancer care by cancer care stakeholders, and operatives not
only for themselves but also their societal circles.

Furthermore, the research issue that you identify should set out the background to
the design of an insightful research proposal that you need to develop using the Design
Science Research Methodology (DSRM), building on at least the notions of Riva-based
process architecture and alignment to service learning. Your proposal should explore
and reflect on the justification of why this research issue should be attempted, and
how it will be carried out using well-designated DSRM increments/loops along with
risk management discussed and aligned with each of these increments/loops. You will
need to justify, detail and reflect on the approaches and methods that will need to be
utilised in each of these increments/loops, and what any possible problems that might
be encountered.

Moreover, you will need to reflect on the resources (time, cancer care professionals,
researchers, etc) required for the delivery of the final product of your research
proposal with a time plan considering the nature of pandemics and the agility required
in the solution provided in a time span that you have in the research design for the
solution delivery. Use Cancer Center as the case study for your research framework design taking into consideration potential
LSEP requirements.

*** Finally, provide 500 words essay with a critique regarding the adoption of the DSRM
process approach in the context of your research proposal reflecting on this process
appropriateness, effectiveness, and efficiency.
You may wish to consult the following sources, but your literature search should
include other important sources:

Managing Cancer Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Cancer Guidelines During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Managing Cancer Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Agility and Collaboration
Toward a Common Goal

five elements assessment criteria as follows:

1. Quality of knowledge and comprehension
2. Competency Skills (eg problem formulation, analysis, synthesis, critical
evaluation, reflection, etc)
3. Structure and Quality of arguments
4. Extent of capacity to support arguments informed by evidence or authority
through credible references and research.
5. Quality of expression

coursework element assesses the following module learning outcomes:

(1) Critically appraise the justification of applying certain research methods in
relation to cancer care informatics,
(2) Assess the application of process modelling techniques in the context of
cancer care informatics research,
(3) Develop research design using the Design Science Research Methodology for
a given cancer care problem empowered by informatics methods and tooling.
(4) Understand and apply legal, social, ethical and professional (LSEP) issues in
the context of cancer care informatics, and
(5) Utilize the service learning pedagogy for life long learning in the context of
cancer care informatics.

** Please use the Harvard referencing system. Please submit your work as a PDF document using 12pt Tahoma font, with double spacing between lines of the same paragraph. Please apply 1 left side margin for your document.

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