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Aim
The Internet is the cornerstone of an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) revolution that is starting to transform the nature of cancer control.  Patients have been at the forefront of this revolution and many are now regularly using the Internet to obtain information about their disease and its treatment, seek support from on-line patient communities and support groups, share knowledge and experiences with other patients and communicate with their professional carers and loved ones.  However there are also concerns about the quality of information available on the Internet in terms of accuracy, currency and appropriateness.  The Cancer on the Internet Award was established by the European School of Oncology to recognize excellence in the development of innovative Websites that have had a positive impact on the cancer patient community and meet agreed quality criteria.

Cancer on the Internet Award 2007
Nominations for the 2007 Cancer on the Internet Award are invited for Websites/ICT projects that meet the following criteria:

  1. Created and managed with limited resources,
  2. Provide information on cancer and its treatment in an organised, user-friendly manner, respecting the needs of users with low-band connectivity,
  3. Disseminate clear, accurate, useful and updated information about cancer,
  4. Help patients to share knowledge and experience among themselves,
  5. Help improve the way cancer patients are treated and/or to avoid poor quality care,
  6. Provide information that is easy for patients to understand (in terms of the terminology and language used),
  7. Preferably multilingual and multicultural (if the Judging Panel members are unable to read a language used for one or more of the nominated sites, ESO will invite people who speak the relevant language to assist with the assessment of the Website),
  8. Innovative in its approach,
  9. Preferably HON certified

Cancer on the Internet 2007 Award Rules
The nominated Website/ICT project should not be related, directly or indirectly, to commercial entities or driven by commercial purposes.

The nominated Website/ICT project should be developed by a European based individual/organisation or an individual/group based in a country with limited resources.

By the nomination deadline the nominated Website/ICT project should be accessible to and used by the cancer patient community.


The Award winner must commit to invest the prize money in developing the Website further.

Mention of Honour Award 2007
Nominations for the 2007 Mention of Honour are invited for Websites/ICT projects that meet the following criteria:

  1. Has an important level of international visits,
  2. Provide information on cancer and its treatment in an organised, user-friendly manner, respecting the needs of users with low-band connectivity,
  3. Disseminate clear, accurate, useful and updated information about cancer,
  4. Help patients to share knowledge and experience among themselves
  5. Help improve the way cancer patients are treated and/or to avoid poor quality care,
  6. Provide information that is easy for patients to understand (in terms of the terminology and language used),
  7. Preferably multilingual and multicultural (if the Judging Panel members are unable to read a language used for one or more of the nominated sites, ESO will invite people who speak the relevant language to assist with the assessment of the Website),
  8. Innovative in its approach,
  9. Preferably HON certified

Mention of Honour Award 2007 Rules
The nominated Website/ICT project should not be related, directly or indirectly, to commercial entities or driven by commercial purposes.

The nominated Website/ICT project should be developed by individuals or organizations  resident in North America but is recognised for its international impact.

By the nomination deadline the nominated Website/ICT project should be accessible to and used by the cancer patient community.

Award Ceremony
The 2007 Cancer on the Internet Award and Mention of Honour will be awarded during the “ESO Cancer on the Internet Observatory” that will be held in the frame of the Patient Forum at ECCO 14 (European Cancer Conference, Barcelona, Spain) on 23 September 2007.  Award and Mention of Honour winners will be invited to attend the Observatory and will receive their prize during this event. Travel expenses and conference registration will be covered by the European School of Oncology.

The Award winning Website/ICT project will receive a prize of EUR 10,000.  A special prize of EUR 5,000 will be awarded to a Website that is developed and managed by an individual or organization from a country with limited resources.

The Award winners will be allowed to use the Cancer on the Internet Award / Mention of Honour logo on the website and invited to  help ESO promote future Cancer on the Internet Awards.

Sponsor
The Cancer on the Internet Award and Mention of Honour is an original initiative of the European School of Oncology that is supported by the School’s private donors. The organisation and promotion of the Award  are made possible through an unrestricted educational grant provided by Novartis Oncology, supporting member of the ESO programme Sharing Progress in Cancer Care.

 
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