One of the most important benefits of digital health technology is to assist the clinician in the face of vast amounts of health data, limited time for decision making, and the complexity of the patient with cancer. Clinical decision support tools are frequently cited as a solution to this problem. The DESIREE project consortium is organising this workshop as part of the prestigious IEEE International Conference on eHealth Networking, Application and Services. A call for papers is open until 15 June.

Workshop topics include but are not limited to:

  • Image processing in oncology
  • Computer vision in Healthcare
  • Interoperability in Electronic Health Records (EHR)
  • Evidence based medicine
  • Clinical Decision Support Systems
  • Patient Mobile Decision Support Systems
  • Patient Reported Outcomes in Oncology
  • Security challenges in eHealth Systems
  • Predictive Models in Oncology
  • Personalised Medicine in Oncology

Are you an expert in this field? You can respond to the open Call for Papers or express your interest to participate.

Paper submission deadline: 15 June 2018

More detailed information on the Workshop and the Call for Papers

Support from diagnosis to therapy and follow-up

The EU-funded DESIREE project is creating a web-based software ecosystem for the personalised, collaborative and multidisciplinary management of primary breast cancer: from diagnosis to therapy and follow-up. The project's decision support environment is maturing day by day: The interface is shaped up for user validation, whereas the functionalities and the different modules are gradually integrated. The team has prepared a demo video (see below).