The research

PERT CHART

CBIG-SCREEN health policy cycle

METHODOLOGY

>EXPECTED IMPACTS

1

Advance local, regional or national cancer prevention and/or early diagnostic health policies, alleviating the global burden of cancer

2

Establish the contextual effectiveness of cancer intervention(s), including at health systems level

3

Improve tailored and affordable prevention and/or early diagnosis

4

Provide evidence and recommendations to national programmes and policies focusing on prevention, screening, and/or early diagnosis

5

Show health service providers, policy and decision makers how to effectively scale up cancer interventions at local, regional, and national levels and make them more affordable to users and health providers

6

Reduce health inequalities and inequities, including due consideration of socio-economic, gender and age issues where relevant, in the prevention and/or early diagnosis of cancer at both local and global levels

7

Maximise the use of existing relevant programmes and platforms (e.g. research, data, and delivery platforms)

8

Contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 3.4 “By 2030, reduce by one third premature mortality from non-communicable diseases through prevention and treatment and promote mental health and well-being.”

CBIG-SCREEN, a 5-year collaborative research project, has received funding from the EU Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 964049. Official starting date: 01. March 2021

Contact

  • Scientific Coordinator:
    Marc Bardou, Inserm
    E-mail
  • Project Manager:
    Christiane Dascher-Nadel, Inserm-Transfert
    E-mail

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