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The INTENT project aims to find solutions for innovative patient-centered cancer care. It targets and involves various types of actors: cancer care providers, patients and policy makers. The aim is to work with these groups to create a better understanding of how to interpret the patient-centered approach and identify ways for improving cancer care in central Europe. Beyond the activities leading to an innovative cancer care model, the project will issue policy recommendations, provide an online benchmarking tool, identify priorities for improving existing systems on local level and create a virtual know-how centre.
The centre will collect and provide good practices, benchmarking results and a pool of innovative ideas to all interested users.Tools and knowledge provided by INTENT will improve quality in cancer care and mobilise health care managers, clinicians and other staff involved. It calls for positive change and thus unlocks the innovation potential of public services.
The Veneto Institute of Oncology (IOV) is a public institution subordinate to both the Veneto Regional Authorities and the Ministry of Health. It is characterized as a translational health research center and a highly specialized hospital of national importance in the field of oncology. Its mission is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Leading center for cancer research, diagnosis and therapy, which aims to advance medical knowledge, provide outstanding medical care, train professionals. Clinical activities and research activities target predisposing events and mechanisms of tumor growth and progression,epidemiology, prevention, hematologic neoplasms, diagnosis and therapy of solid tumors etc.
The National Institute of Oncology (NIO) has been the epidemiological,
organizational, methodological, treatment, research and training center of Hungarian oncology for more than half a century. NIO coordinates the Hungarian Oncology etwork and our Institute is the only OECI accredited Comprehensive Cancer Center in Central and Eastern Europe.
The National Institute of Public Health (NIJZ) is the central Slovenian institution for public health practice, research and education. It also functions as the central health statistics authority. The main function of NIJZ is to carry out research in the field of health and health care services, protect and increase the level of health of the population by raising awareness and implementing other preventive measures.
The Institute of Health Information and Statistics of the Czech Republic (IHIS) is a government organisation established by the Czech Republic Ministry of Health. It is responsible for all national projects on health statistics, develops models of health care organization and is responsible for applied research in the field of health care informatics.
Institute of Oncology Ljubljana is a public health institution providing health services on the secondary and tertiary levels as well as performing educational and research activities in oncology in Slovenia. The Institute upervises programs on the comprehensive management of cancer diseases in terms of prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation, research and education.
AIMaC is a non profit organization founded by cancer patients in 1997. It provides tailored information and psychological support to cancer patients, their families and friends through a National Cancer Information System (SION). It carries out various projects that aim to provide a better quality of life to cancer patients.
Specialized and comprehesive state-controlled oncology institute (founded in 1935, the only one in the CR ) closely cooperating with the Masaryk University of Brno. Non-profit state health institution with a countrywide organisational role which integrates clinics and departments for diagnostic, surgical, radiation and medical oncology together with experimental and translational cancer research.
The Italian Ministry of Health (Ministero della Salute; MoH) is the central body of the National Health Service, which is responsible for the orientation and planning in matters of health at the national level, as well as the definition of objectives for the improvement of the health conditions of the population. The Ministry also establishes the level of care for all citizens throughout Italy.
Project INTENT has 9 partners from 4 central European countries.
PROJECT Budget in MLN
04. - 05. 09. 2017
Kick-off meeting of the INTENT project was held on 4th and 5th September 2017 in Padua, Italy. A quick overview of the project was made, and kick-off implementation presented. Forseen activities and deliverables of each work package were discussed.
06. 03. 2018
On the 6th of March, 2018, a Woman's Day was held at the Masaryk Memorial Cancer Institute in Brno.