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Press Release Pal-Cycles, an Intervention for Oncology

Pal-Cycles, an Intervention for Oncology 

On November 9 and 10, 2023, members of the EU-funded project “Pal-Cycles” convened in Nijmegen, Netherlands. The project, led by Professor Dr. Jeroen Hasselaar, Professor of Social Empowerment in Palliative Care at Radboudumc – Radboud University, is dedicated to optimising care planning for people with advanced cancer in need of palliative care. 

This project emphasizes the importance of studying what is meant by ‘transition’ (“spatial transition” and “transition of care”) in the clinical setting; Working on these definitions (and other concepts) will help to find elements that will make it possible to establish an optimal continuity of care for people suffering from advanced cancer.

At this meeting, the consortium group highlighted that a ´smooth transition´ is possible if we focus on the training The partnership between specialities can be the key to different levels of care and services working towards a common goal.

The Pal-Cycles project, currently in its second year, is dedicated to developing an integrated care model for people with advanced cancer and their families. The main goal is to enhance the quality of life and prepare the quality of care, through improving communication, supporting care planning, and providing specialised training to oncology clinicians. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2027.

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