iPAAC Contest of Best Practices tackling social inequalities in cancer prevention has extended its deadline to 7th September.
Cancer experts across Europe declare that there are still significant barriers to detecting cancer early. Over 150 experts from over 30 countries responded to the survey of the EU co-funded Joint Action iPAAC (innovative Partnership for Action Against Cancer). The results were announced in Budapest today.
The WP5 Conference Early Diagnosis of Cancer - 5 Things You Need to Know will take place on 20 May 2019 and will be hosted by the Hungarian National Institute of Oncology in Budapest. Registrations for the conference have been extended until 10 May!
The second iPAAC JA meeting was held on 10–11 April 2019 in Belgrade, Serbia.
The iPAAC WP4 team continues in visiting EU Member States to collect their experience in the implementation of cancer control programs.
FISABIO launches a Call for Experts on social inequalities in cancer prevention to assist with the evaluation of Best Practices in this field.
The second Governmental Board meeting was held at the Belgian Ministry of Health in Brussels on Thursday, 24 January 2019.
The Maltese Stakeholder Forum was held on 14 and 15 January 2019 at the Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre.
The iPAAC SC meeting and RCC meeting will be held on 25 January 2019 in Brussels.
The 7th Health Region of Crete, Greece (JA associated partner) organized its first iPAAC Local Stakeholder Forum on 18 November 2018 in Heraklion, Crete, with the participation of the Minister of Health, the Deputy Minister for Research and Innovation and other distinguished participants.
The iPAAC WP4 team is currently visiting EU Member States to collect their experience in the implementation of cancer control programs.
The first iPAAC Stakeholder Forum was held in the conference room of the Belgian Ministry of Employment in Brussels on Thursday, 20 September 2018.
A kick-off meeting of the work package 9 was held on 2–3 July 2018 at the French National Cancer Institute (INCa), Boulogne Billancourt.
iPAAC work package 4 (Integration in national policies and sustainability) was launched by two working groups meetings in Brussels on 27–28 June 2018.
The aim of the iPAAC work package 8 (Challenges in Cancer Care) kick-off meeting was to formally begin the WP 8 activities and to review the objectives, methods and planned deliverables and milestones of this work package.
Activities of the iPAAC Work Package 7 “Cancer Information and Registries” were launched on 31 May 2018 in Milan, Italy.
iPAAC Work Package 10, the Governance of Integrated and Comprehensive Cancer Care, led by the German Ministry of Health and the German Cancer Society, kicked off its activities at the first meeting of the WP partners in Berlin on 7–8 May 2018.
iPAAC launched its activities at the first meeting of all Joint Action partners, which took place in Luxembourg on 16–17 April 2018. It was the first face-to-face meeting of the full Joint Action consortium as well as the first meeting of the Steering Committee (on 17 April), which involved WP leaders and EC representatives.