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Ignora collegamentiHomepage > OECI Working Groups > Working Group Accreditation and Designation
Chairperson:
Simon Oberst
Click on the image above for a complete view of the A&D organigram.
TOWARDS QUALITY, COMPREHENSIVENESS AND EXCELLENCY: THE ACCREDITATION PROJECT OF THE ORGANISATION OF EUROPEAN CANCER INSTITUTES (OECI)
Background and Vision of the Accreditation Programme
The OECI launched the Accreditation Programme to fulfil its goals:
- to provide cancer patients within Europe equal accesses to high quality of cancer care and overcome the current differences in access to diagnostics, treatment and therapeutic outcomes that patients experience in different parts of Europe
- to help European cancer institutes implement a quality system for oncology care using the OECI standards and peer review system
- to foster and accelerate improvements in translational cancer research
Most quality assessment programmes are part of regulatory measures that are imposed by an external authority and are usually compulsory. In contrast, we have developed the OECI quality assessment programme as a supportive voluntary measure for cancer centres.
It has been designed and developed internally by people from cancer centres. Peer review is performed by experts from cancer centres and visits are chaired by a director of an OECI cancer centre.

Focus of the Accreditation Programme
The Accreditation Programme focuses on what is critical to cancer care. This includes the planning and organisation of integrated care, multidisciplinary teams and the integration and translation of clinical and basic research into care. Other key factors include education for professionals and patient experience and involvement. We are also focusing on the monitoring and organisation of quality improvement. The programme operates at two levels: the Comprehensive Cancer Centre and the Cancer Centre. We have developed specific criteria for each of these two types of centres. Index:
* Abstract
* The context
* The OECI accreditation project: A cancer quality project
* Further Developments
* Conclusion
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ACCREDITATION PROGRAMME
Chairperson: Simon Oberst

For a demonstration of the OECI Accreditation standards and questionairres:
www.oeci.selfassessment.nu

Click ‘Go to E-tool’ and use the following username (test1) and password (test)

Accreditation and Designation - User Manual including the quality standards and criteria.

Contact information:
OECI Accreditation and Designation Coordinator:
Marjet Docter MSc
accreditation@oeci.eu
phone: +31 6 31 75 39 19
   
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