Work Package 1: Project coordination
Work Package 2: Dissemination (Greece)
Work Package 3: Evaluation of the project
Work Package 4: Sustainability
Work Package 5: Monitoring
Work Package 6: Addressing barriers and facilitators in cancer screening
Work Package 7: Implementation research to improve the existing screening programmes
Work Package 8: Facilitation of the new screening approach implementation
Work Package 9: Risk-based approaches
Work Package 10: Modelling and health technology assessment to optimise cancer screening programs across Europe
Work Package 11: Capacity-building

WP 1

coordination 3 wood

Coordination

LU, Latvia

WP 2

coordination 3 wood

Dissemination

DYPEDE, Greece

WP 3

coordination 3 wood

Evaluation

DYPEDE, Greece

WP 4

coordination 3 wood

Sustainability

OIL, Slovenia-DoH, Ireland

WP 5

coordination 3 wood

Monitoring

CSF, Finland

WP 6

coordination 3 wood

Addressing

OUS, Norway

WP 7

coordination 3 wood

Implementation

ICO, Spain

WP 8

coordination 3 wood

Facilitation

NKIP, Hungary – SCI, Belgium

WP 9

coordination 3 wood

Risk-based approaches

ISPRO, Italy – UNICANCER, France

WP 10

coordination 3 wood

Modelling

EMC, Netherlands

WP 11

coordination 3 wood

Capacity-building

IOCN, Romania – SPKC, Latvia

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

WP 10

Modelling

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The general objective of EUCanScreen is to assure sustainable implementation of high-quality screening for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers, as well as implementation of the recently recommended screening programs – for lung, prostate and gastric cancers. EUCanScreen will facilitate the reduction of cancer burden and achieving equity across the EU.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s EU4HEALTH Programme under the Grant Agreement no 101162959

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