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Ramona Moor (BE)

Ramona has achieved her Bachelor in Nursing at the Armand Weber Nursing School, in Verviers, Belgium and her Master in Public Health Sciences at the Université Catholique de Louvain, in Brussels, Belgium. Since nearly eight years, she works as a Clinical Research and Care Coordinator in the field of Geriatric Oncology at the Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc in Brussels.  In collaboration with the other members of her multidisciplinary team, she has created a clinical pathway dedicated to older patients with cancer in her institution. Thanks to financial support of the Belgian Cancer Plan, she participates in several studies and she coordinates a multicentric observational study focusing on the benefits of specific care for older cancer patients. Ramona is particularly interested in multidisciplinarity, geriatric assessment, active implementation of geriatric interventions, cancer treatment adaptation, perceived quality of life and patient’s satisfaction.

November 10, 2017
11:30am to 1:00pm Oral abstract session 2: Geriatric assessment, nursing/allied health and patient care Warsaw IV & V Philippe Caillet (FR), Marcin Maczkiewicz (PL), Ramona Moor (BE), Marie Flannery (US)