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Highlights and interviews from the 2016 Luton iManageCancer meeting discussing Work Package (4) as part of the iManageCancer project.

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Highlights and interviews from the 2016 Luton iManageCancer meeting discussing Work Package (4) as part of the iManageCancer project.

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    iManageCancer: Psycho-emotional health and health assessment tools

    iManageCancer: Psycho-emotional health and health assessment tools

    Prof Pravettoni discusses Work Package 6 of the iManageCancer project, which is responsible for the psycho-emotional health and health assessment tools being developed.

    These will empower patients by understanding the patient’s psychological profile and help them to share decision making with their healthcare teams.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

    Now the project has been running for a year, she explains what this Work Package is hoping to achieve and why, what has been done so far and how this relates to the rest of the project.

    She also looks at which other partners they works with on this, what the next steps are plus the challenges they’ve encountered.

    • 4 min
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    What do healthcare providers think of the iManageCancer project?

    What do healthcare providers think of the iManageCancer project?

    Dr Papapaulou discusses his background and his role as external advisor to the iManageCancer project.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

    He explains how the services iManageCancer is working on will be highly interesting to companies like Healthwatch Assistance. He is particularly impressed by the project’s structure and simplicity, and believes that hospitals and cancer patients could really benefit from them.

    • 6 min
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    iManageCancer: Serious games for self-management

    iManageCancer: Serious games for self-management

    Mr Hoffman explains his work package as part of the iManageCancer project, which is responsible for designing a set of serious games to support patients with cancer. These will be made for both adults and children.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

    Now the project has been running for a year, he explains what this Work Package (7) is hoping to achieve and why, what has been done so far and how this relates to the rest of the project.

    He also looks at which other partners he works with on this, plus the challenges they’ve encountered.

    • 5 min
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    What do cancer charities think of the iManageCancer project?

    What do cancer charities think of the iManageCancer project?

    Dr Geldmacher-Voss discusses his background and his role as external advisor to the iManageCancer project.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

    He explains how the iManageCancer platform could be really helpful to young cancer patients, and how inspiring it is. He is particularly interested in the serious games, plus how this will work together with the treatment information supplied and support to the patient’s family.

    • 3 min
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    iManageCancer: System design and integration

    iManageCancer: System design and integration

    Mr Kiefer, in addition to coordinating the iManageCancer project, also leads the work package on system design and integration. Also known as Work Package 3, this is responsible for designing the architecture of the whole health service platform and determines how each component works together.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer

    Now the project has been running for a year, he explains what this Work Package is hoping to achieve and why, what has been done so far and how this relates to the rest of the project.

    He also looks at which other partners he works with on this, plus the challenges they’ve encountered.

    • 5 min
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    iManageCancer: the Health Avatar Personal Health Record

    iManageCancer: the Health Avatar Personal Health Record

    Prof Dong discusses the Work Package (4) he leads as part of the iManageCancer project: the Health Avatar Personal Health Record (PHR).

    This avatar will provide an engaging front end of the iManageCancer platform, allowing users to record their personal information and personalise the support they receive.

    iManageCancer, or ‘Empowering patients and strengthening self-management in cancer diseases’, will team serious games up with the latest in self-management technology to empower people living with cancer.

    Now the project has been running for a year, he looks at what this Work Package is hoping to achieve and why, what has been done so far and how this relates to the rest of the project.

    He also covers which other partners he works with on this, plus the challenges they’ve encountered.

    • 8 min

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