Project Duration: October 2022 to September 2027
Patients with cancer often have to make complex decisions about treatment, with the options varying in risk profiles and effects on survival and quality of life. Data-driven decision-support tools (DSTs) have the potential to empower patients, support personalised care, improve health outcomes, and promote health equity.
To address these existing challenges, the 4D PICTURE consortium will further develop a promising methodology, MetroMapping, to redesign care paths for patients with breast cancer, prostate cancer and melanoma.
We will better predict treatment outcomes by developing innovative algorithms and incorporating patient experiences, values and preferences, using AI-based models.
ECO will support Work Package 8 in disseminating and communicating project findings to patient organisations, cancer patients and other relevant stakeholders so that patients and their families can be active partners in their healthcare.
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