Research and Innovation Action (RIA)

LifeChamps is funded by the EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme. Grant Agreement No 875329.

Jan 2020 – May 2023

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Altran Portugal SA, Portugal

Salumedia Tecnologías, S.L.U., Spain

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

Academic Primary Health Care Centre, UK

Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Cyberlens BV, Netherlands

Health Research Institute Hospital La Fe, Spain

University of Glasgow, UK

European Cancer Patient Coalition, Belgium

Massive Dynamic Sweden AB, Sweden

Why it matters

LifeChamps delivers a novel, context-aware and large-scale analytics framework capable of delivering multi-dimensional Quality of Life (QOL) support to all the different cancer life champions during and after their treatments. LifeChamps is providing support to middle aged and older (pre-frail and frail) cancer patients, as well as their caregivers and healthcare professionals, with an integrated Big Data-driven solution capable to improve their QOL via a timely and more accurate clinical decision support at the point of care. Its Artificial Intelligence (AI) and analytics engine, running both at the cloud and at the mobile edge, can determine accurately which factors affect the oncological patients’ QOL the most, during and after their treatment. Furthermore, complemented by a health recommender system LifeChamps offers personalized healthcare services (such as symptom monitoring, treatment and rehabilitation) to these patients and their caregivers. Finally, a multi-factorial frailty model will allow to stratify sub-clinical frail groups of geriatric cancer patients towards more personalized treatment.

What ECPC does

In this project, the European Cancer Patient Coalition (ECPC) will lead liaison and interaction with relevant stakeholders from industry, SMEs, patients, healthcare professionals and policy makers at EU and country level. ECPC will also participate in the identification/establishment of the health needs, priority outcomes, and care requirements of end-users/stakeholders at the post-cancer treatment period, as well as their views, preferences and expectations from the developed LifeChamps components.

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This project is funded by the European Union