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Reimagining the Hospital Experience of Cancer
Help us create innovative ideas for people living with cancers, such as CLL, that can improve their experience and journey around the clinical visit — inside and outside of the hospital. We look forward to seeing your ideas!
About the Contest

Reimagining the Hospital Experience of Cancer
For people living with CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia), the experience of their disease is ongoing. Once diagnosed, they are often consumed by the institutionalised management of their cancer. From the emotional impact on the patient and their family, to the frequency of clinical visits, the experience of cancer is felt before, during, and after each visit. Often, patients feel anxious, disconnected, and force-fit into a cycle of care. The system is at the center, not the people who are being treated.

This contest has been developed in order to encourage ideas for making the cancer journey a more human experience before, during, and after a hospital visit. Join us in providing innovative ideas for people impacted by CLL.

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LATEST IDEAS

Chronic & Living Life (CLL)
by TINTA on 13.04.2016
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Introduction: Giving or doing something positive, whether small or big makes one feel better. It hel...
Unburden & Empower the patients
by swathi1729 on 13.04.2016
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Volunteering services aimed at enhancing the psychological condition of the patients will prove ben...
MyHealthCheckIn–smart patient check-in system
by tsi2014 on 13.04.2016
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Background: According to a study, the average wait time for critical care ER departments is 58.1 min...
Virtual Manager
by Never_say_never on 13.04.2016
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CLL is not one of those diseases that initiate in the morning and get over by the end of the day. Th...
Two-way Street
by Mautu on 13.04.2016
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From the moment a cancer patient receives their diagnosis, they feel powerless. Everyone around them...