EU Projects Partner

See below the list of projects we're involved in

 
STRONG-AYA

Coordinator: Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI)

Objective: Aims at Building a European, data-driven, value-based healthcare network for adolescents and young adults (AYA) with cancer.

ECO’s Role: Work package leader on dissemination, exploitation & stakeholder engagement.

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4D PICTURE

Coordinator: Erasmus Universitair Medisch Centrum Rotterdam (Erasmus MC)

Objective: The project will further develop a promising methodology, MetroMapping, to redesign care paths for patients with breast cancer, prostate cancer and melanoma.

ECO’s Role: Task leader on patient, HCP and policy dissemination - contributing to outreach and tool development.

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EU NAVIGATE

Coordinator: Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)

Objective: Aims at implementing and evaluating a Navigation Intervention for older people with cancer and their family caregivers in different health care systems in Europe.

ECO’s Role: Work Package Leader on dissemination, exploitation & stakeholder engagement.

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Rocc-n-Roll

Coordinator: European Institute for Biomedical Imaging Research (EIBIR) 

Objective: Aims at analysing and generating a strategic agenda for research and innovation in medical applications using ionising radiation and radiation protection. 

ECO’s Role: Task leader on patients’ needs and perspectives on radiation protection (patient panel).

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EUonQol

Coordinator: Istituto Nazionale Tumori (INT)

Objective: Develop, pilot and validate the EUonQoL-Kit, a patient-driven, unified system for the assessment of quality of life (QoL) based on evaluations and preferences of cancer patients and survivors.

ECO’s Role: Supporting Work Package 2 on on involvement of stakeholders and patients, and Work Package 9 on dissemination and communication activities.

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SANGUINE

Coordinator: Tel Aviv University (TAU)

Objective: Introduce a novel minimally-invasive blood test that detects and classifies a set of hematological malignancies.

ECO’s Role: Work Package 6 leader on dissemination, communication, exploitation and patients engagement.

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  • STRONG-AYA

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  • 4D PICTURE

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  • EU NAVIGATE

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  • Rocc-n-Roll

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  • EUonQoL

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  • SANGUINE

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  • INTERACT-EUROPE

    Coordinated by ECO & co-funded by EU4Health Read More
  • PROTECT-EUROPE

    Starting in January 2023 Read More
  • smartCARE

    Coordinated by ECO & co-funded by EU4Health Read More
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