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Global educational Needs

Cancer Cachexia

Evaluation: a Systematic

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The Project

The goal is to conduct a global interprofessional educational assessment of the educational needs and professional practice gaps within individual healthcare professions and the interprofessional teams involved in recognizing, diagnosing, and managing patients with or at risk of developing cancer cachexia. 

Using a mixed methods approach, this needs assessment initiative involves a series of virtual meetings with healthcare professionals with experience in the field of cancer cachexia and an online survey aimed at assessing the educational needs of the interprofessional team.

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The Project

The goal is to conduct a global interprofessional educational assessment of the educational needs and professional practice gaps within individual healthcare professions and the interprofessional teams involved in recognizing, diagnosing, and managing patients with or at risk of developing cancer cachexia. 

Using a mixed methods approach, this needs assessment initiative involves a series of virtual meetings with healthcare professionals with experience in the field of cancer cachexia and an online survey aimed at assessing the educational needs of the interprofessional team.

A global, interprofessional and
collaborative research project

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Collaborative

GENESIS-CC is conducted in association with the European Cancer Organisation, the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (MASCC), the Japanese Association of Supportive Care in Cancer (JASCC) and the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (ASPEN).

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Executive steering
committee

Prof. Michael
Roden

Professor Dr. Michael Roden is
Chair of Endocrinology and
Metabolic Diseases, Heinrich-Heine
University, Director of the
Division of Endocrinology and
Diabetology, University Clinics
Düsseldorf and CEO of the
German Diabetes Center (DDZ).
He was trained at University
of Vienna and Yale University.

Prof. Sven
Francque

Prof. Dr. Sven Francque obtained his
MD at the University of Antwerp,
Belgium, in 1994 and was
subsequently trained in internal
medicine and in gastroenterology
and hepatology at the Antwerp
University Hospital, Belgium and
at the Department of Hepatology
of the Beaujon hospital, Clichy,
France

Prof. Frank
Tacke

Frank Tacke was originally educated
at the medical school in Hannover,
Germany, and Baylor College of
Medicine, Houston, TX. Later he
stayed at University of Texas,
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in
Houston, working on new gene
therapy strategies (1998-1999) as
well as for a post-doctoral
research training (2004-2006)

Prof. Kenneth
Cusi

Dr. Cusi is a Professor of Medicine
and Chief of the Division of
Endocrinology, Diabetes and
Metabolism at The University of
Florida at Gainesville (2011-present).
He is also a faculty and researcher at
the Endocrinology, Diabetes and
Metabolism Division at the Veterans
Administration Medical Center at
Gainesville, FL.

International
Advisory Board

Matti Aapro, MD

Vickie Baracos, PhD IAB Chairperson

Andreas Charalambous, PhD

Egidio del Fabbro, MD

Stefan Gijssels

Alessandro Laviano, MD, PhD

Mary Marian, DCN, RDN, CSO

Maurizio Muscaritoli, MD

Tateaki Naito, MD

Hidetaka Wakabayashi, MD

SCWD

GENESIS-CC is an international, interprofessional and collaborative project developed by the Society on Sarcopenia, Cachexia and Wasting Disorders (SCWD) a non-profit scientific organization founded in 2008 to increase awareness, education and research about cachexia, sarcopenia and muscle wasting.

Operational Team

Prof Stefan Anker – Academic Director
SCWD President
Prof Andrew Coats – Academic Director
SCWD Treasurer
Tatiana
Klompenhouwer
Project Director
Lawrence Sherman
Learning Science ,education & compliance consultant
Yann Colardelle
SCWD External relations
Monika Diek
Stakeholder management

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Prof. Michael Roden

Prof. Dr. Sven Francque obtained his MD at the University of Antwerp, Belgium, in 1994 and was subsequently trained in internal medicine and in gastroenterology and hepatology at the Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium and at the Department of Hepatology of the Beaujon hospital, Clichy, France. He has a long-standing interest and expertise in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and conducted basic research focusing on the vascular changes in steatosis and their contribution to disease progression and leading to his PhD in 2011. His research unit continues to study pathophysiological mechanisms of NASH. He is also conducting clinical research and his unit is partner in several research consortia supported by the European Commission. He participates in several clinical trials in the field and was/is as scientific committee member involved in the design of several phase 2 and phase 3 trials in NAFLD. He is senior clinical researcher for the Research Fund of the Flemish government. He is currently chairman of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology of the University Hospital Antwerp and professor of medicine at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Antwerp.