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This call aims to develop best practices and tools to improve the quality of life for survivors of childhood cancer.
Proposals under this topic should aim to deliver results that are directed and tailored towards and contribute to all of the following expected outcomes
Best practices and tools to improve the quality of life for survivors of childhood cancer exist at national, regional and local level. These practices and tools should be scaled up or deployed in regions in at least three different Member States or Associated Countries in order to serve as demonstrators for wider uptake.
Proposals should address all of the following:
This topic requires the effective contribution of SSH disciplines and the involvement of SSH experts, institutions as well as the inclusion of relevant SSH expertise, in order to produce meaningful and significant effects enhancing the societal impact of the related research activities.
The successful proposal is expected to liaise with and build on resources made available by the Knowledge Centre on Cancer (KCC) in order to foster EU alignment and coordination.
Successful applicants should closely monitor and take into account the outcomes of the project supported under topic HORIZON-MISS-2021-CANCER-02-02, (Develop and validate a set of quality of life and patient preference measures for cancer patients and survivors).
The Commission will facilitate Mission-specific coordination through future actions. Hence, successful applicants will be asked to join the ‘Quality of life’ cluster for the Mission on Cancer together with the aforementioned project. In this regard, the Commission will take on the role of facilitator, including with relevant initiatives and stakeholders, if appropriate.
Therefore, proposals should include a budget for networking, attendance at meetings, and potential joint activities without the prerequisite to give details of these at this stage. Examples of these activities are the organisation of joint workshops, the exchange of knowledge, the establishment best practices, or the initiation of joint communication activities with projects funded under other clusters and pillars of Horizon Europe, or other EU programmes, as appropriate.
The details of joint activities will be defined during the grant agreement preparation phase and during the life of the project.
To be eligible for funding, applicants must be established in one of the following countries:
See the full list in the General Annexes.
Unless otherwise provided for in the specific call conditions, only legal entities forming a consortium are eligible to participate in actions provided that the consortium includes, as beneficiaries, three legal entities independent from each other and each established in a different country as follows:
The total indicative budget for the topic is EUR 6.00 million.