ISTH meeting 2023

ISTH meeting 2023

At June 24-28 2023 during the ISTH meeting in Montreal Canada we showed a poster with the project design and methodology

Preregistration Physician survey (closed)

Preregistration Physician survey (Closed)

UPDATE July 2023:
This survey form can no longer be accessed because the response period has expired

Are you a general practitioner, oncologist, haematologist, palliative care specialist, nursing home physician, geriatrist, neurologist, vascular medicine specialist, vascular surgeon, cardiologist or healthcare professional of any other specialty involved in the end-of-life care of cancer patients?

You can help us to achieve the ultimate goal of SERENITY: develop a tool to support decisions on antithrombotic therapy in cancer patients!

Therefore please participate in our physician survey and pre-register at SERENITY Physician Survey – Pre-registration

The survey will be conducted and overseen by the Center for Thrombosis and Hemostasis (CTH) at the University Medical Center Mainz (UMCM).
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Workshop 8-2-2023

Workshop 8-2-2023

Understanding Shared Decision-Making for End-of-Life Cancer Care: The SERENITY Project

Date: February 8th, 2023
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm GMT
The workshop will take place online, through ZOOM

  • Do you have personal experience of cancer treatment or caring for someone with cancer at the end-of-life?
  • Are you interested in exploring how patients can be better included in decisions about de-prescribing cancer treatments that may do more harm than good at the end-of-life?
  • Would you like to share your insights and views, along with others with similar experiences?


Do you want to join this workshop?

We will cover your expenses and offer payments to thank you for your participation

To join the workshop or for more information please write to:

New PPI staff

New PPI staff

Patient and public involvement is essential in research, especially in such a patient facing project as SERENITY.
Professor Annmarie Nelson from Cardiff University is the academic lead for PPI on SERENITY, having been integral to embedding PPI within Cardiff University School of Medicine.

We are also delighted to welcome Kathy Hughes as our patient PPI lead for the whole study. Kathy will be overseeing and supporting PPI across all work packages in the coming months. Kathy has extensive experience in PPI, including several cancer associated thrombosis studies and palliative care research. She has also been involved at national level in the UK, developing the National Standards for PPI in research.

Finally, we welcome Dr Michelle Edwards who shall be supporting Annmarie with this delivery of this theme.