The TARGET Strategy | By Christine Boers-Doets

THE TARGET STRATEGY

The TARGET Strategy is a step-by-step guide to master adverse events effectively
and becoming successful in avoiding unnecessary treatment adjustments.

Results Don’t Happen On Accident

STRUCTURE Gives You Results

From Indecision to Tackled Adverse Events in 6 Steps

TAKE CONTROL OVER YOUR PATIENTS SIDE EFFECTS NOW!

Learn about Christine's proven 6-Step TARGET Strategy about how to target adverse events effectively.

Apply these basic principles on the prescription drugs you work with and see results immediately.

When you apply the 6 TARGET Steps on an adverse event:

  • Prescription drugs will lead to less symptom burden.
  • It becomes easier for you to distinguish adverse events for instance between cytotoxic chemotherapy and targeted therapy.
  • You will be able to limit adverse events of systemic therapies.
  • The scope of the adverse events becomes more apparent to you.
  • You will be able to select appropriate management options according to the adverse event subtype.
  • You will be able to promote compliance with the needed therapy.
  • You will be able to avoid unnecessary treatment discontinuation or dose adjustments.

Results don't happen on accident.

What Key Opinion Leaders say about The TARGET Strategy:


It's a Key Tool!


“The six steps in The Target Strategy are very helpful in a busy clinical setting or during research protocols."

Mario E. Lacouture, MD

Dermatology Service

Department of Medicine

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC),

New York, USA

Promotes Continuation of Therapy!
"Chris is very dedicated in improving a patients’ quality of life by finding solutions for every patient."

Joel B. Epstein, DMD

American Board of Oral Medicine Collaborative Member, Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA &

Division of Otolaryngology & Head & Neck Surgery, City of Hope, Duarte, CA, USA

It's a Unique,

Practical Tool!

"The six steps can be very helpful to manage complicated side effects, and it is more likely that the entire extent is explored and treated in the right way.”

Erik van Muilekom, MANP

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek (AVL) Hospital

Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

& Past -president of EONS

Six Practical Steps.

From diagnosis to management of side effects of prescription drugs

As a researcher, coach, and author I help professionals who work with prescription drugs to improve treatment skills related to adverse events with special attention to immuno-oncology & targeted therapy in cancer.

Since 2006 I teach this approach globally.

I help professionals who work with prescription drugs and their team how to apply The TARGET System in daily practice and achieve better patient outcomes.

I write articles about the different adverse event subtypes and how to approach them systematically. In August 2014 my book The TARGET System was published.

Unleash the potential of prescription drugs,

Chris

The Cost of Not Using the TARGET Strategy...

There is nothing more frustrating and killing for your day-to-day practice as struggling with the Not-Taking-Prescription-Drugs-As-Planned to execute your plans. As a Drug Success Master I know exactly how it feels like no one else, and therefore I developed The TARGET System for my own use.


Tell me, how much is it worth to you to miss out on success from untreated adverse events?


From Indecision to Tackled Adverse Events in 6 Steps

The TARGET Strategy

The TARGET Strategy approaches adverse events systematically, taking action, and continue therapy as planned.

It is a step-by-step guide to master adverse events and becoming successful in avoiding unnecessary treatment adjustments.

Christine has published a book about The TARGET Strategy and trains and coaches professionals who work with prescription drugs how to apply the TARGET Steps in day-to-day practice and clinical trials.

#1 - TERM

Using the right diagnosis of the adverse event subtype is the most important step. When you start on the wrong path here, you will not be able to correct it in a later stage.

#2 - ASSESS

Assessing signs and symptoms of the adverse event and the impact of an adverse event for a particular patient is crucial to identify the intervention direction.

#3 - REPORT

Reporting of characteristics of the adverse event subtype tells in detail where to look for an appropriate intervention.

#4 - GRADE

There are much better grading tools available than the CTCAE which will guide you to the best treatment option for a particular adverse event subtype.

#5 - EVALUATE

If you are on the right path with your measures or if you are approaching the wrong target will become clear in this step.

#6 - TACKLE

Tackling adverse events becomes the easiest step in adverse event management, when you have applied the previous steps.

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