The general objective of the iPAAC Joint Action (JA) is to develop innovative approaches to advances in cancer control. The innovation that will be covered within the JA consists of further development of cancer prevention, comprehensive approaches to the use of genomics in cancer control, cancer information and registries, improvements and challenges in cancer care, mapping of innovative cancer treatments and governance of integrated cancer control, including a new analysis of National Cancer Control Plans. The key focus of the Joint Action will be on implementation, as reflected in the key deliverable, i.e. the Roadmap on Implementation and Sustainability of Cancer Control Actions, which will support member states in the implementation of iPAAC and CANCON recommendations.
million EUR co-funding by EC
44 partners (Competent Authorities and Affiliated Entities)
02 Jun 2021
Local Stakeholder Forum in Norway
The Norwegian Local Stakeholder Forum was held on 28 May 2021 in virtual settings.
01 Jun 2021
Third iPAAC Stakeholder Forum held in April 2021
Organisations and stakeholders dealing with cancer at the European level were cordially invited to attend the third iPAAC Stakeholder Forum. The Stakeholder Forum meeting was held on 21 of April 2021 in virtual settings. The aim of the Stakeholder Forum meeting was to brief the stakeholders on iPAAC progress and facilitate their cooperation in the implementation of the Roadmap, the iPAAC key deliverable.
28 May 2021
iPAAC partners meet in plenary for the third time
The third iPAAC Joint Action meeting was held online on Wednesday, 17 February 2021. The meeting was attended by the European Commission Representatives, iPAAC Project Partners and iPAAC Work Package Leaders.
25 Mar 2021
Local Stakeholder Forum in Serbia
Serbian Local Stakeholder Forum was held on 25 March 2021.
10 Mar 2021
Patient pathways for Comprehensive Cancer Care Networks
To coordinate cancer care on the national level and to increase access to quality cancer care, the implementation of Comprehensive Cancer Care Networks (CCCNs) is recommended by the European Guide on Quality Improvement in Comprehensive Cancer Control (CanCon Guide). One of the CCCNs’ tasks is the provision of practical support tools. In this context, comprehensive, integrated patient pathways are recognised as a valuable approach.
08 Mar 2021
How to collect patient-reported outcome measures in routine cancer care
Two reports created by WP 10, Task 4 focused on patient-reported outcome assessment in cancer care have been completed and published.
06 Mar 2021
iPAAC & MEPs Against Cancer webinar
We would like to warmly invite you, on behalf of the Joint Action Innovative Partnership for Action Against Cancer (iPAAC) and the MEPs Against Cancer (MAC) interest group at the European Parliament, to attend the online event ‘Tackling Challenges in Cancer care and improving its Governance in the EU’ on 15 March 2021 from 10:00 to 11:30 CET on Zoom.
05 Mar 2021
Deriving quality indicators to monitor and improve cancer care
A set of reports created by WP 10, Task 3 focused on quality indicators in cancer care has been completed and published.