For DIGICORE to succeed in its mission to improve cancer outcomes in Europe, it will
need to transform the landscape of digital research.
This requires securing funding, building infrastructure, and developing scientific hypotheses.
However, the success of our mission also hinges on skilled individuals.
Unfortunately, there is currently a significant skills gap in clinical researchers
who can effectively integrate digital methods into healthcare systems and
elevate the quality of care management worldwide.
To bridge this gap and empower future research leaders in real-world
evidence (RWE) research, we have created the IDEAL4RWE Programme.
Drawing from extensive academic and commercial expertise in cancer outcomes research, this program equips
young researchers with the necessary skills, including accessing funding opportunities.
4 seminars delivered
4 teams self-organised and submitted applications
Leadership Advisory Board reviewed and fed back on applications