Scope of the European Quality Assurance scheme for Breast Cancer Services
The JRC received a total of 63 valid responses from 15 individuals (24% of total valid responses) and 48 organisations (76%). Individuals and organisations from 23 out of 28 EU Member States (82%) contributed to this exercise.
During a meeting held in Varese (Italy) in March 2016, the QASDG members discussed how the results of the call for feedback should be integrated into The Scope. Decisions taken during that meeting were recorded in the meeting’s minutes and The Scope was modified accordingly. The final version of The Scope was approved by the QASDG on 16 May, 2016 and is now made publicly available together with the Report of the Call for feedback*.
- Read The Scope
- Read the full Report of the call for feedback
- Download the individual answers as given in the online questionaire
*One communication and request was received after the deadline for the call and it is openly available here
The QASDG has drafted the general scope of the European Quality Assurance scheme for Breast Cancer Services (the European QA scheme). This draft document proposes the care processes, care services and quality dimensions that the European QA scheme will and will not cover.
Your are warmly recommended to download and print the draft SCOPE before start answering the questionnaire.
You may find useful to consult the first proposal of general requirements of a European QA Scheme by EA.
Please note that in the Survey page, for your convenience, you will be able to download the pdf of the questionnaire before start answering online.
In line with ECIBC policy on openness and transparency and to collect the input from the scientific community and key stakeholders, the ECIBC coordination team has launched a call for feedback on this draft document. The comments collected will be used to develop the final version of the scope of the European QA scheme.
Interested parties are invited to submit written comments by 09 March 2016 (midnight CET).
Comments are NOT considered if they:
- are submitted after the deadline of the feedback call;
- are not related to the contents of the document;
- contain complaints against institutions, personal accusations, irrelevant or offensive statements or material;
- are related to policy aspects outside the scope of ECIBC's activity.
The ECIBC coordination team shall process personal data pursuant to Regulation 45/2001/EC on the protection of individuals with regards to the processing of personal data by the Community institutions and bodies and on the free movement of such data.
The ECIBC coordination team will assess all comments from interested parties which are submitted in line with the criteria above. The comments will be further considered by the QASDG and taken into consideration if found to be relevant.
The ECIBC coordination team will publish online all contributions together with the names of the contributors, if they express their wish to have them published. If not, the contributions will be published in an anonymous form.