Disseminating evidence-based and transparent communication within and across the stakeholders including partners of ECPC, patients and the cancer community in general is an essential component for building trust and fostering sustainable partnerships while employing appropriate language, channels and best approaches in the process. As a communication intern my emphasis is on supporting the team in liaising with partners and work for achieving the vision and mission of ECPC.
He holds a double degree in applied psychology and in psycho oncology and is currently pursuing an advance master’s degree in Global Health from University of Ghent Belgium. He possesses a multicultural professional approach and has acquired his clinical knowledge by working directly with cancer patients and their caregivers especially on psychosocial, emotional and quality of life issues. After actively working in India for four years in oncology, Irfan moved to Belgium to pursue his career as a future Global Health Advocate in the field of cancer.
The diagnosis of cancer is one of the most challenging experiences one could ever Imagine. It is a condition which is multifaced and thus represents consideration from many sectors and community. Bridging the gap and facilitating informed and empowered dialogue among these stakeholders with an effective and sustainable communication process is a fundamental key and a strong forging ground for collaborative actions to achieve the golden target of combating cancer and supporting those affected by it in any way.
Fight against cancer is everyone’s job, and everyone must contribute, because small efforts can have big Impact, if done in collaboration and with each other’s support.
We understand that when you make a donation, you want to know exactly what happens to your money. We aim to be clear and transparent when it comes to using your contributions in our mission to fight cancer.
Your donations not only help us to empower the cancer patient community and make a positive difference to healthcare, treatment and accessibility, but also enable us to:
ensure our members are engaged and feel part of an active community through information, training, unique resources, tools, opportunities and networking at a national and European level
legitimise our position of cancer patient representatives before decision-makers
build a reputation as a cancer patient expert within the scientific community
find partners sharing the same vision, values and goals to work together on projects
get the media’s attention in order to publish and disseminate our messages