JANE-2nd Newsletter-December 2023

JANE – Joint Action on Networks of Expertise, Annual Plenary Meeting, 16-17 November, 2023

The Annual Plenary Meeting of JANE-Joint Action on Networks of Expertise is being organised on 16th and 17th November 2023 in Barcelona, Spain, with the participation of all JANE partners. Additionally, a Stakeholder Forum will be held on 16th November and a Steering Committee Meeting will be held on 17th November. The meeting times are scheduled as follows: 16th November Stakeholder Forum 10:00-13:00 16th November Plenary Meeting 14:00-18:00 17th November Plenary Meeting 09:00-13:00 17th November Steering Committee Meeting 14:00-16:30 Please find below the link to a news article regarding the celebration […]

JANE-1st Policy Dialogue, 3 October 2023

The first online JANE Policy Dialogue meeting will be held on October 3rd 2023, from 11:00 to 14:00 (CET). Particular highlights of this meeting will be on policy strategies and how to build potential alliances & synergies in the European ecosystem. The Policy Dialogue is open to all Policy board members and all JANE partners. Please find below the link to a news article regarding the celebration of the first Policy Dialogue:

High level meeting-Challenges in Cancer Care, 31 August 2023

The high level meeting on Challenges in Cancer Care is being organised on 31 August, 2023 as part of the activities of the Spanish Presidency. For further information, you can also visit the following website

JANE – Newsletter – June 2023

European Week Against Cancer (EWAC), 25-31 May 2023

The present and future of the fight against cancer in Europe – All individuals and cancer and health-focused organisations are invited to join #EWAC2023 and let their voices be heard in the fight against cancer in Europe.

JANE – Joint Action on Networks of Expertise, Kick-off meeting

The Kick-Off Meeting opened with an introduction by the Coordinator, Paolo Casali and Giovanni Nicoletti from the Italian Ministry of Health, followed by a round of presentations by the Beneficiaries present, together with a brief outline of each country’s team of Affiliated Entities. Matthias Schuppe from the European Commission stressed the importance of creating synergies and cross-cutting themes within Europe’s Beating Cancer Plane and the need to collaborate with the sister Joint Actions CraNE and eCAN with a view to sharing expertise and resources, working together and supporting each other. The ultimate goal is to enable patients across the EU to benefit from greater knowledge and more accessible services.

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