Projects

Cancer Prevention Europe (CPE) is creating a landmark European Knowledge Hub on cancer prevention to make evidence in cancer prevention easily accessible for use in evidence-based public health decision-making. The Hub will promote the rapid dissemination of best practices in cancer prevention, the expansion of evidence evaluation activities, and the definition of unanswered questions that require research investment. The Hub will also include capacity-building in cancer prevention for a variety of audiences, through the Learning Centre.

The CPE Knowledge Hub will offer a platform for researchers, policy-makers, programme implementers, health professionals, international organizations, and non-governmental organizations (cancer prevention advocates) to build on the available evidence and research-tested materials, and to foster interdisciplinary dialogue.

The projects currently being developed are summarized below.

PROJECT
DESCRIPTION
LEAD
PARTNERS
MILESTONES & DELIVERABLES
Project 1:
Repository of systematic reviews on population-based interventions

Series of cancer prevention rapid reviews and/or umbrella reviews on primary prevention IARC (C. Espina) Kleijnen Systematic Reviews Ltd (KSR)
  1. Three rapid/umbrella reviews to be submitted to a high-impact open access peer-reviewed journal by the end of the contract.
  2. One rapid/umbrella review to be ready for journal submission and further plans detailed in an interim progress report by month 9 of the contract.
  3. Time line (e.g. Gantt chart) for deliverables.
  4. Supplementary outputs to each review (e.g. evidence briefing, evidence gap map) to be agreed with the CPE Steering Group from the outset of the contract.
  5. Final technical and financial reports as indicated in the contract.
Project 2:
Learning Centre
Multilingual on-line programme on primary and secondary prevention of cancer IARC (C. Espina) IARC (A. Berger)
For translations: ECL (Belgium)
INCa (France)
CLB (France)
AECC (Spain)
13 Modules based on the European Code against Cancer 4th edition
  • were launched in English on 16 April 2021
  • To be translated into French, Spanish, Polish and Hungarian and integrated into the Learning Centre
  • 12 Modules on the “Lastest evidence, myths, and controversies” related to primary and secondary prevention of cancer
  • To be developed and translated in 2021
  • Project 3:
    Database of ongoing European research in cancer prevention
    ICL
    (P. Vineis)
    IARC
    (A. Schmutz, C. Espina)
    Manuscript to be prepared by P Vineis (ICL), A Schmutz and C Espina (IARC)
    Project 4:
    Information and statistics
    TBD
    Project 5:
    Networks and capacity building for young professionals/scientists
    TBD