Registration projects in health and health care
Although many types of cancer treatments exist, sound decision strategies as to which treatment is the most suitable for a cancer patient are scarce. Also, with the advent of the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) technology in the Belgian healthcare landscape, opportunities especially arise for genomic criteria to be included in the cancer treatment decision strategy.
PRECISION aims to link patients with specific cancer genotypes to matched cancer treatments. Advices from each of the university hospital’s local Medical Advisory Board (MAB) as well as from the central MAB will be...
The BEWSD database collects information regarding the analysis of drug samples (both known illicit drugs and new psychoactive substances) in Belgium.This concerns mostly analytical data regarding purity/contaminants of seized powders, tablets, etc. In the future, also clinical toxicological data will be added, describing intoxications with known illicit drugs or new psychoactive substances, originating from the clinical toxicology labs in Belgium.
The Belgian Registry for Assisted Procreation (BELRAP) registry exists since 1989. It is regulated by the European IVF Monitoring Committee, a task force within the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology. The quality control at the Belgian level is the responsibility of the “College of Physicians of Reproductive Medicine”. This control includes the registration of medically assisted procreation treatments and outcomes in Belgium.