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Sharing good practices in the use of nonclinical e-health solutions for
cancer patients and their caregivers in Europe.

E-Health4Cancer (project code: 2022-2-EL01-KA210-ADU-000097120) is a new project funded by the European Union under the Erasmus+ KA210-ADU program. It was launched on April 26th by holding an online Kick-off meeting among its partners. The overall objective of the project is to improve cancer care by sharing good practices in the use of nonclinical e-health solutions for cancer patients and their caregivers in Europe. Cancer remains one of the largest pressing global health issues, with the number of new cases projected to increase significantly over the next decade. In 2020 alone, there were 19.3 million new cancer cases worldwide, with Europeans particularly affected (Europe's Beating Cancer Plan, 2022). Despite healthcare systems' best efforts, cancer care remains fragmented, expensive and access to care is often unequal. Fortunately, e-health solutions can address these challenges and are becoming increasingly important in cancer care, by providing patients with the tools and resources to manage their health more effectively, empowering them to take an active role in their care. The growth of the digital health market is predicted to increase significantly in the coming years, with a particular focus on cancer care, making E-Health4Cancer a timely and important initiative.


The E-Health4Cancer project aims to provide patients and caregivers in Europe with easier access to affordable and user-friendly nonclinical e-health solutions, by creating a comprehensive guide on Good Practices for nonclinical e-health solutions in Europe. The project aims to increase synergies between partner organizations and cross-fertilization among a broad spectrum of experts, representatives and relevant stakeholders striving for better cancer care.
K3 CANCER GUIDANCE CENTER Danish Committee for Health Education (DCHE) University of Naples Federico II (UNINA) Greek Carers Network (EPIONI)

April 2023

Kick-off meeting

Δελτίο Τύπου

June 2023

Methodology for Good Practice Guide development

October 2023

Feedback from stakeholders on digital health tools for cancer

December 2023

Results from systematic review of existing digital health tools for cancer

January 2024

Three-day learning activity and project meeting in Naples, Italy

Δελτίο Τύπου

May 2024

Finalization of the Good Practice Guide

April 2024

Final Meeting & Dissemination event in Thessaloniki, Greece

Cancer Guidance Center (Kapa3) from Greece


Evangeli Bista

Development and Operations Manager / PhDυπ, Mba, Msc, Bsc

Markela Koniordou

Partnerships Development

Vaia Pantazi

Sociologist - Assistant Project Manager

In partnership with

Danish Committee for Health Education (DCHE) from Denmark

Danish Committee for Health Education (DCHE)

Lars Münter

Project Manager / Director of International Projects Unit

Kirsten Lise Andersen

International Project Coordinator

Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology from the University of Naples Federico II (UNINA) from Italy

University of Naples Federico II (UNINA)

Pietro De Lellis

Associate Professor of Dynamical Systems

Camilla Ancona

Project Coordinator / UNINA

Greek Carers Network (EPIONI) from Greece

Greek Carers Network (EPIONI)

Spyridon Zormpas

Project Manager / Development Coordinator for EPIONI

Fokion Dimitriades

General Secretary

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