PanCareSurPass is an EU-funded project looking at how to more widely implement the digital Survivorship Passport (SurPass) to improve survivorship care for survivors of childhood and adolescent cancer in Europe. PanCareSurPass will develop, test and implement the SurPass in participating countries and will develop material to support implementation in other countries

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Factors Influencing Implementation of the Survivorship Passport: The IT Perspective Chronaki C et al. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2022 May 16;293:161-168. PDF
Scaling up and implementing the digital Survivorship Passport tool in routine clinical care – The European multidisciplinary PanCareSurPass project Filbert AL et al. Eur. J. Cancer 2024 march 17;202;114029
European recommendations for short-term surveillance of health problems in childhood, adolescent and young adult cancer survivors from the end of treatment to 5 years after diagnosis: a PanCare guideline de Beijer IAE et al.  J Cancer Surviv (2023).
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Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of a new European eHealth solution (SurPass v2.0): the PanCareSurPass Open Space study de Beijer IAE et al. J Cancer Surviv (2023).
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Barriers and facilitators to implementation of the interoperable Survivorship Passport (SurPass) v2.0 in 6 European countries: a PanCareSurPass online survey study van den Oever S et al.  J Cancer Surviv 18, 928–940 (2024). PLAIN summary PDF