ClinicIMPPACT NEWS

June 2017

ClinicIMPPACT
Month 42 Meeting

The last consortia meeting was organised by the coordinator Fraunhofer in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The consortium has revised the project status and discussed final steps for the successful project conclusion.

January 2017


ClinicIMPPACT Intermediate REVIEW MEETING - Month 36

This meeting was organised by the clinical partner RUN in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Main goal of the meeting was to have an intermediate review of the clinical trial. The meeting was attended by the PO officer, Amalia-Irina Vlad from the Commission and three external reviewers. On the first meeting day the consortium has revised the status of the clinical trial and prepared review presentations. The second day was fully dedicated to the project review.

October 2016

ClinicIMPPACT
Month 33 Meeting

This consortia meeting had been organised by the coordinator Fraunhofer in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The consortium had revised the status of the clinical trial, checked the available patient cases and discussed partners’ plans to enrol further patients into the clinical study. The consortium has discussed necessary steps to prepare the intermediated project review in January 2017.

July 2016


Meeting of the clinical partners

This dedicated meeting of the clinical partners was hosted by the partner MUL in Leipzig, Germany. The partners went through each available patient case to ensure proper quality of the data and processing result. The meeting has assured that each patient data set ensures quality criteria defined for the clinical trial.

June 2016


Dedicated clinical study meeting - Month 29

This one day long meeting was hosted by the coordinator Fraunhofer in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The meeting had the specific goal to carry out quality check of available patient cases. The meeting has established a quality check procedure to be applied to each patient case in the study.

May 2016

ClinicIMPPACT
Month 28 Meeting

The meeting was organised by the coordinator Fraunhofer in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The consortium has recommendations of the second review meeting and decided to apply for the project extension by 6 months. The decision was taken to ensure that sufficient clinical data will be collected in the clinical trial during 18 months (instead of 12 months planned originally). The consortium discussed and agreed on the quality check of each trial data set. It was agreed to conduct a short term additional meeting in June 2016 at which each data set collected so far had to be scrutinised in terms of its clinical validity.

April 2016

ClinicIMPPACT Second Year REVIEW MEETING - M24

The ClinicIMPPACT Second Year Review Meeting was held on April 7, 2016 in Brussels, Belgium. Attended by Project Officer: Amalia-Irina VLAD and Reviewers: Reinhold Stockbrugger, Lorenzo Memeo, Adelia Sequeira.

December 2015

ClinicIMPPACT
Month 24 Meeting

The M24 meeting had been organised by the coordinator Fraunhofer in Königswinter, Germany. The consortium had revised the project status, had discussed the steps to be done before the start of the clinical study on Feb 1st, 2016, and had scheduled the next meeting to overview the progress of the clinical study for May 2016. The consortium has discussed necessary steps to prepare to the second project review in April 2016.

September 2015

Dedicated Clinical Study Meeting

A dedicated Clinical Study Meeting had been hosted by partner MUL in Leipzig, Germany. The meeting had the specific goal to inform the consortium’s clinical study teams about details of the clinical study. The clinical partners have tested the RFA planner in the surgery rooms following the real clinical workflow as it will be used during the clinical study. The meeting has assured that each clinical study team will follow exactly the same clinical study workflow.

June 2015

ClinicIMPPACT
Month 18 Meeting

The meeting was organised by partner NUMA in Belfast, N. Ireland, UK. The consortium has analysed the status of the implementation of the RFA planner, each clinical partner has carried live testing of the RFA planner, and identified remaining implementation issues that had to be addressed before complete software freeze. Work plan for the next six months and each partner’s responsibilities had been laid out. An additional meeting of the clinical partners has been scheduled for September 2015.

April 2015

ClinicIMPPACT First Year REVIEW MEETING - M12

The ClinicIMPPACT First Year Review Meeting was held on April 17. 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. Attended by Project Officer: Amalia-Irina VLAD and Reviewers: Reinhold Stockbrugger, Lorenzo Memeo, Adelia Sequeira.

January 2015



ClinicIMPPACT
Month 12 Meeting

The M12 meeting had been organised by partner TUG in Schladming, Austria. After review of the project developmental status and tests of the RFA planner, the partners have agreed on the details of the RFA planner demonstration during the first year review meeting. The consortium had discussed the steps to be done for the review meeting, had worked out the review agenda and coordinated necessary administrative issues.

September 2014


ClinicIMPPACT
Month 6 Meeting

The M6 meeting had been hosted by partner TUH in Turku, Finland. The meeting had reviewed the project status, had set up the implementation plan for next 6 months for the development of the RFA planner and its key software components. As usual, the meeting had addressed preparation of upcoming project deliverables.

June 2014



ClinicIMPPACT
Research Stay

Jan Egger from TUG had a one month research stay in Aalto University, Finland (partner AALTO) in June 2014. The activities include integration of software components into the planning application as well as working on algorithms for image processing.

April 2014


ClinicIMPPACT Workflow Meeting TUG/TUH

To get more insight into the differences and commonalities of the detailed workflow related to RFA interventions from all clinical partners, TUG also visited the University Clinic of Turku (partner TUH) to again observe a real intervention and identify additional requirements of the technical workflow.

February 2014



ClinicIMPPACT Workflow Meeting TUG/MUL

TUG visited the University Clinic in Leipzig (partner MUL) for discussions about transferring the medical workflow into a technical workflow to produce an easy to understand graphical user interface for controlling it. Therefore, TUG observed an RFA intervention on-site to incorporate the actual requirements into the software.


ClinicIMPPACT
Kick-Off-Meeting

The ClinicIMPPACT Kick-Off-Meeting was organised by partner MUG in Pichl, Austria. The consortium has identified major objectives for the first six months, which comprise the development and implementation of the RFA planner followed by prospective timeline for software tests and software freeze. Imminent work plan and each partner’s responsibilities had been laid out.