Third Dissemination Virtual Meeting: From resilience predictive model to decision making

On 23rd of September 2020, the European Institute of Oncology (Milan) will present the third dissemination virtual event of the European Project BOUNCE: Predicting Effective Adaptation to Breast Cancer to Help Women to BOUNCE Back. Italy, Finland, Israel, Greece, and Portugal have been cooperating for 3 years to develop a dynamic, predictive model able to help health care professionals in the medical decision-making process…

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Multidimensional Group Recommendations in the Health Domain

Providing useful resources to patients is essential in achieving the vision of participatory medicine. However, the problem of identifying pertinent content for a group of patients is even more difficult than identifying information for just one. Nevertheless, studies suggest that the group-dynamics-based principles of behavior change have a positive effect on the patients’ welfare. Along these lines, in this paper, we present a multidimensional recommendation model in the health domain using collaborative filtering.

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The 2nd issue of the BOUNCE newsletter has been published.

The 2nd issue of the BOUNCE newsletter has been published! You can download it from the Newsletters section of the project's website, or you can click on any of it's featured articles below to read it online. The BOUNCE Project at a glance: Meeting The Challenge Of A...

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Coping with breast cancer with resilience

Preliminary analyses of the first data from the BOUNCE H2020 project (https://www.bounce-project.eu/) have revealed notable findings. Responses to the extensive questionnaires concerning mental health and quality of life have been obtained from 660 women before...

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A multinational study of resilience in breast cancer

The first wave of data from the BOUNCE H2020 project have been coming in as more than 660 women, recently diagnosed by breast cancer have generously volunteered their valuable time and energy to respond to the extensive study questionnaires. One notable finding of the...

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BOUNCE Integrated Platform Architecture

Towards designing a platform that will guarantee uninterrupted data flow and smooth interaction amongst its technical components, the BOUNCE consortium partners led by Singular Logic designed and documented the BOUNCE Platform Reference Architecture. The BOUNCE...

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Interview HUS trial nurse Satu Karjalainen

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.

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