Partners

The project brings together 15 partners from research, clinics, SMEs and NGOs to collaboratively develop and implement novel patient-centred care pathways (PCCPs), patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs), patient-reported experience measures (PREMs) and treatment decision support incorporated in a user-friendly digital solution.

MyPath will be integrated in routine cancer care and studied in nine cancer centres in Europe to prove its effectiveness and sustainability.

Oslo University Hospital (Norway)

Project coordinator (WP7), work package leader of data management, statistical analyses and quality assurance (WP5), and participation in the implementation study (WP4)

The University of Edinburgh (UK)

Work package leader of the implementation study (WP4) and scientific co-leadership (WP7)

Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori (Italy)

Co-lead of the development and configuration of MyPath (WP2) and participation in the implementation study (WP4)

Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Belgium)

Work package leader of the analysis of ethical, legal, socio-cultural, and economic aspects (WP3) and participation in the implementation study (WP4)

Instituto de investigación sanitaria (Spain)

Co-lead of the analysis of ethical, legal, socio-cultural, and economic aspects (WP3) and participation in the implementation study (WP4)

University of Leeds (UK) 

Work package leader of the definition and development of the content and structure of MyPath (WP1)

Copenhagen University Hospital (Denmark)

Participation in the implementation study (WP4)

Hospice Casa Sperantei (Romania)

Co-lead and participation in the implementation study (WP4)

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals National Health Service Trust (UK)

Participation in the implementation study (WP4)

DNV Imatis AS (Norway)

Work package leader of the development, configuration, and testing of MyPath (WP2)

accelopment Schweiz AG (Switzerland)

Project management support and work package leader of the dissemination and exploitation of project results (WP6)

European Association for Palliative Care (Belgium)

Outreach through extended network and partners’ involvement in association (WP6)

European Society for Medical Oncology (Switzerland)

Outreach through extended network and partners’ involvement in association (WP6)

European Cancer Patient Coalition (Belgium)

Co-lead of the dissemination and exploitation of project results (WP6)