Updated: Jan 16
The Medical University of Vienna, one of the leading institutions of the iLIVE Project, was present in the 9th International Seminar of the Palliative Care Research Centre (PRC) with the participation of Claudia Fischer in one of the seminars. Fischer is a post doctoral researcher in the Department of Health Economics of the Centre for Public Health in the Medical University of Vienna and part of the team leading Work Package 4 for the iLive Project.
The presentation was about the planned study on “Self-reported outcome measures for the assessment of quality of palliative care in Austria” and was presented in the Patient Reported Outcome Measures Session together with resarchers Stein Kaasa, Gary Rodin and Jon Håvard Loge.
The international seminar was held under the title 'New treatments, new solutions?' in the austrian city of Krems from the 23 to the 25th of october in the University of Applied Sciences. It was held with the collaboration of the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO), Europe’s leading non-profit medical oncology organisation with 800 hundred expert committee members and more than 23.000 oncology professionals worldwide.