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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.
COVID-19 pandemic and its upset of healthcare systems all over the world has shown the importance of Patient Centred Cancer Care in the field of Oncology. More...
Based on research, implementation guidelines for the INTENT PCCC model were developed in order to foster change within existing health care organizations (e.g. cancer care centres or cancer care networks). More...
In the second half of February 2020, project INTENT will launch pilot testing of a set of qualitative indicators to monitor and benchmark the patient centred care in four countries (the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy and Slovenia) and five pilot sites across Central Europe. More...
On the 4 and 5 February 2020, all of the 9 partners from 5 regions gathered in Prague to discuss project progress in the 4th INTENT Plenary meeting. More...
Project INTENT has 9 partners from 4 central European countries.
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