Quality of Life in EU: measuring what matters for patients/survivors

  • Financial Contribution:

    ~ 10,6 Millions €

    Granted by the European Commission

  • Duration:

    48 months

    Start: 1st January 2023


The project “Quality of Life in Oncology: measuring what matters for cancer patients and survivors in Europe” (EUonQoL), aims to develop, pilot and validate the EUonQoL-Kit, a patient-driven, unified system for the assessment of quality of life (QoL) based on evaluations and preferences of cancer patients and survivors.

The EUonQoL-Kit will be developed from a patient perspective (4,000 cancer patients and survivors will be enrolled through a network of EU cancer centres), administered digitally, available in the EU27 and Associated countries languages, and applicable in future, periodic surveys to contribute to the EU’s Cancer Mission.


Role of ACC:

The project sees ACC’s participation in WP6 – ‘Digital tools for data collection’, in charge of developing the technological tools to digitally collect data on patients’ quality of life.



Project coordinator

Gennaro Ciliberto

The representative for ACC is Gennaro Ciliberto (IRCCS IRE Rome).