Aug 25, 2014
The Nordic Course in Clinical Trials Methodology in Oncology is organised for the sixth time as a collaborative project involving academia in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. Treatment development in the oncology area is accelerating. The conduct of clinical trials is mandatory to develop and improve treatment for cancer patients. The design of clinical trials in oncology is changing and has become more complex encompassing regulatory aspects, demand of quality control and assurance as well as integrating research into daily care. Complexity is even more increased due to the important issues of translational research and challenges related to collaboration in multidisciplinary teams. The number of clinical trials performed in the Nordic region is currently decreasing. Closer collaboration within the Nordic countries may counteract this trend. Another challenge is how to succeed in recruiting patients within set timelines. These and many other issues will be discussed during the course. The aim of the course is to increase participant’s knowledge in clinical trials methodology and also strengthen important collaborations in research and network-building between the Nordic countries.
May 19, 2014
The Nordic NECT collaboration was part of the posters arena at the Nordic Health Research and Innovation Networks (NRI) conference at Solastrand, Bergen May 12.-14. 2014.
May 19, 2014
Aarhus University Hospital is now part of the Nordic NECT collaboration. Haukeland University Hospital became part of the collaboration in 2013.
Oct 24, 2013
One patient with a rare disease has started treatment in a Phase I study at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen (Ulrik Lassen). The patient had no treatment options in Norway. The patient was discussed within the Nordic NECT and ended up with participation in a Phase I trial.
Oct 23, 2013
Next Nordic NECT meeting in Copenhagen postphoned until November 12-13, 2013
Apr 10, 2013
Next Nordic NECT meeting in Oslo, April 24th 2013
Jan 25, 2013
Steinar Aamdal will present Nordic Nect at the Nordic Trial Alliance: Stakeholder workshop in Copenhagen January 31st.
Nov 24, 2011
The next Nordic-NECT meeting will be at the NRC-conference (Nordic Research Conference) in Bergen 07.-09.05.2012. NRC-conference
Nov 24, 2011
The Norwegian Cancer Society will support the Nordic-NECT with NOK 150.000 yearly for three years, to delvelop the Nordic Network. The Norwegian Cancer Society
Sep 23, 2011
Nordic-NECT is based on a collaboration between Oslo University Hospital, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Herlev Hospital, Copenhagen, Helsinki University Hospital, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm. The departments included have all been involved in drug development for more than 25 years. Thus, all departments have considerable experience and reputation for scientific and medical expertise