Cancer Survivorship and AI for Well-being White Paper: A European research projects collaborative perspective
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AuthorCallejas Carrión, Zoraida; Flynn, Tom
CancerSurvivorshipRecoveryWell-beingMental healthEU projects#CS_AIWCollaborationWhite paperTechnologyArtificial intelligenceSmart devicesData collectionPrivacyInteroperabilityHealth recordsUser engagementTechnology AdoptionUsabilityEthical barriersData qualityTransfer to market
Callejas, Zoraida; Flynn, Tom (eds.) (2023) Cancer Survivorship and AI for Well-being White Paper: A European research projects collaborative perspective. [https://hdl.handle.net/10481/81842]
SponsorshipThe projects in #CS_AIW have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no.: ASCAPE - Ref 875351 BD4QoL - Ref 875192 CAPABLE - Ref 875052 CLARIFY - Ref 860627 FAITH - Ref 875358 LIFECHAMPS - Ref 875329 MENHIR - Ref 823907 ONCORELIEF - Ref 875392 PERSIST - Ref 875406 QUALITOP - Ref 875171 REBECCA - Ref 65231
The Cancer Survivorship - AI for Well-being cluster (#CS_AIW) has brought together 11 EU-funded projects working in artificial intelligence (AI) for healthcare and well-being with the aim of transcending the individual project experiences and stop working in silos. The White Paper presents the #CS_AIW initiative and our collective shared vision, providing an overview of the participating projects and it reports on the achievements and lessons learned from our collaboration, including both the benefits obtained and the difficulties addressed. The experience with #CS_AIW to date has proven that collaboration within the cluster has been extremely beneficial and useful to foster an ethos of cross-fertilization engagement, share best practices, boost cross-sector collaboration, increase the participation of end user communities, and reach a wider audience. The activities organized, which encompass meetings, roundtable discussions, podcasts, a better practices guide, a common data space and the white paper itself, have proven to be an inherited valued initiative to generate, activate and communicate knowledge and innovation in the areas of mental health, well-being, cancer recovery, patient support and participatory research.