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Efficiency Studies

With a rising demand for care and increasing costs, the Dutch health care faces a shortage of resources. Decision-makers in policy and practice need to carefully weigh the benefits of interventions against costs. Efficiency Studies provide the evidence base to make decisions about the introduction of innovative interventions while discouraging the use of inefficient interventions. Efficiency studies is a collaborative effort of patients, researchers, practitioners and policymakers.


External evaluation programme Efficiency Studies 2006-2017

The evaluation report shows the impact that the ZonMw programme Efficiency Studies generates.

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Call for proposals: Hestia – Refugees in Science Scheme

The ‘Refugees in Science’ pilot programme that was first launched in 2018 is set to continue in 2019 and 2020 under the name Hestia – Refugees in Science Scheme. On 4 June, NWO will announce the new call for 2019.

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Final version of Plan S published

Friday the first of June, cOAlition S published the revised and final version of Plan S. This plan aims to accelerate the transition to open access of all academic publications. The publication of the revised plan follows an intensive consultation process, with more than 400 responses from over 40 countries. Several changes have been made to the plan, including an extension to the formal commencement point for Plan S which will now take effect...

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Twenty-six teachers receive Doctoral Grant

From research on the effect of music on slowing down dementia, the impact of the digital society, the use of smart software to explain a medical diagnosis, to research that designs a model for SME financing – these are some examples of the various subjects that the talented teachers will be doing PhD research on in the coming years within this science-wide programme.

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InnoSysTox - Moving

Topics

  • Human biology-based toxicology
  • Replacement of animal testing
  • Innovative systems-biology-based replacement methods
  • Public-Private Partnership
  • Interdisciplinary and international broad consortia

 

Part of programme

More Knowledge with Fewer Animals

Published on

29 April 2019

Deadline

2 July 2019,
23.59

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Stijn Tersmette

Stijn Tersmette

Programme Officer

Telefoonnummer+31 70 349 51 86
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