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ESO SPCC Task force - Improving Efficiency in Cancer Care


Villa Veronesi, Inveruno, Italy


This initial meeting is made possible thanks to an unrestricted educational grant received from Bristol-Myers Squibb.  Bristol- Myers Squibb exercised no, and had no right to exercise any, control over the programme, its content or speakers. The programme is now shared among all SPCC supporting companies for their participation.

The companies providing financial support to the initiative will be represented at the meeting with the status of observers.


Task-Force Invited Members

Matti S. Aapro, Sharing Progress in Cancer Care and Clinique de Genolier, Bellinzona and Genolier, Switzerland
Alain Astier, European Society of Oncology Pharmacy, Henri Mondor Univ. Hospital, Paris, France
Andreas Charalambous, EONS, Limassol, Cyprus
Stefan Gijssels, WECAN & Digestive Cancers Europe, Brussels, Belgium
Bengt Jonsson, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden
Claudio Lombardo, OECI, Brussels, Belgium
Patrick Miqueu, OECI, Institute Jules Bordet, Brussels, Belgium
Pietro Presti, ECPC and SPCC Torino, Italy
Florian Scotté, Hospital Foch, Suresnes, France
Rosanna Tarricone, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
Harald Titzer, EONS, Vienna, Austria (connected via Skype)

Cancer World Journalist

Cristina Ferrario, Milan, Italy


Titta Rosvall-Puplett, Global Policy, Advocacy and Government Affairs, Bristol-Myers Squibb
Hok Pang, Medical Affairs, Bristol-Myers Squibb


18 November

9:00 Introduction
Matti Aapro - Pietro Presti - Florian Scotte
9:15 Why is SPCC presenting this topic?
Matti Aapro
9:35 Initial discussion
10:00 Example: how PROCHE could be an example
Florian Scotte
10:20 Discussion: other examples
11:10 How does the proposed programme fit into EONS Educational Framework
Andreas Charalambous
11:35 How OECI centres and their patient-partners may contribute to the proposed programme
Patrick Miqueu
12:00 Efficiency and productivity of cancer care in Europe
Bengt Jönsson
12:25 Making patient organisations part of the treatment pathway
Stefan Gijssels
12:50 The role of pharmacists to improve patient care
Alain Astier
13:15 General discussion of the data
13:40 Lunch
14:30 Next steps
Matti Aapro
15:10 Structuring a position paper
15:40 Final discussion