Lecture series Improving patient & population health through innovative e-health interventions: "e-Health in Oncology: from prevention to treatment management" - Dr Fabrice DENIS

06/11/2019 11:30 to 06/11/2019 12:30 (Europe/Luxembourg)

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Dr Fabrice denis

Associate Researcher at the French Academic National Centre of Scientific Research,

University of Rouen, Oncologist and joint manager of the Institut Inter-régional de Cancérologie Jean Bernard,

e-health and telemedicine expert at Hyperion (France)



                  More than 300 000 e-health applications are available in different stores; less than 5 were associated with survival benefit in randomized trials.

                  We will address and discuss the main survival and cost-effectiveness results of recent trials in oncology and the concept of electronic patient-reported outcome (e-PRO) from chaos theory.

                  It led to the first application that allowed detection of cancer recurrence at first symptoms and superiority to CT-scan planned imaging. We will then address the short and long terms perspectives for 2.0 follow-up of cancer patients, prevention, early detection and treatment management of cancer allowed by e-PRO and artificial intelligence combination for cancer patients.


                  11.30 - 12.30: LECTURE

                  CHL, 4, rue Ernest Barblé

                  L-1210 Luxembourg

                  Room: Amphitheatre

                  12.45 - 14.00: meet THE SPEAKER*

                  Light snacks provided
                  LIH, 1A-B, rue Thomas Edison
                  L-1445 Strassen

                  RoomCurie/Pasteur (3rd floor)

                  *Registration is mandatory to meet the speaker - send us an email.

                  Host: LIH

                  Invited by: Prof Laetitia HUIART Department of Population Health


                  4, rue Barblé
                      Luxembourg 1210


                  From 06/11/2019 11:30
                  To 06/11/2019 12:30


                  Luxembourg Institute of Health
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