In Helsinki the recruitment process of BOUNCE is nearly finished as the total number of patients recruited for BOUNCE prospective pilot is over 200. The aim of this pilot is to collect an extensive battery of information mainly through NOONA platform about the factors affecting breast cancer patients resilience. Trial nurse Satu Karjalainen has been a key person in the recruitment process since after the doctor’s appointment she has introduced the study in detail to the patients as well as assisted patients with the Noona platform.
The first integrated BOUNCE platform was successfully released on M21, featuring the first set of services and features in accordance with the formulated integration strategy and plan, as well as the defined platform release plan. The development of the integrated BOUNCE platform follows an iterative approach which enables the incremental definition of the available platform’s features and offerings which are designed and implemented for each iteration.
Dr Haridimos Kondylakis presents the paper entitled “Computational modeling of psychological resilience trajectories during breast cancer treatment” at the IEEE BIBE2019 Conference at the Royal Olympic Hotel in Athens.
In the framework of the BOUNCE Project, the special session Tech4Cancer will be organised at the BIBE 2019 Conference, focusing on projects on cancer management.
The second dissemination event of the BOUNCE project (month 24) with the title “Cross-Cultural Perspective on Resilience in Breast Cancer” took place at the Beit Maiersdorf, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 from 9:00 to 16:00.
The second dissemination event of the BOUNCE project with the title “Cross-Cultural Perspective on Resilience in Breast Cancer” will take place at the Beit Maiersdorf, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 from 9:00 to 16:00.
BOUNCE project arranged a dissemination event in June in Helsinki, Finland. The aim of the event was to raise awareness of the project and the themes around it in the general public.
The BOUNCE project has now been going on for 18 months, and the recruiting of the patients is still undergoing. To accomplish the project’s goals, it is extremely important to recruit enough patients in all the clinical sites in Helsinki, Milan, Lisbon, and Jerusalem.
The first dissemination event offered insights into the BOUNCE project and provided opportunities for the researchers to engage with different stakeholders and the general public.
Registration form and Agenda for the dissemination event of the BOUNCE project, which will be held on 10.6.2019.
BOUNCE will be presented at the HIMSS Europe 2019 & Health 2.0 2019 event, that will take place in Helsinki on June 10-13, 2019. The BOUNCE consortium is aiming to inform key stakeholders and potential project participants about the...
The BOUNCE partners seek to actively present the project activities and results to the research and clinical communities by organizing special events, as described by the following list. Opening event The opening event will take place in Helsinki at month 15,...