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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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What is efficiency research?

Screenshot video 'What is efficiency research?'

Efficiency in health care is studied by comparing two different treatments on the basis of results and costs. ZonMw supports this kind of research through subsidies. But how do efficiency studies work?

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News

Adjustments to call for proposal Knowledge infrastructure for animal research

With effect from 1 January 2023, we have implemented several changes in the procedure for applying for funding for the module Knowledge infrastructure of our programme More Knowledge with Fewer Animals (Dutch acronym: MKMD). This concerns the modules ‘Realising systematic literature research for studies involving experimental animals’, ‘Publishing neutral/negative results from experiments involving animals’, and the workshop ‘ Systematic...

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Talent Scheme newsflash: 2023 schedule confirmed

The schedule with the 2023 submission dates for the Talent Scheme (Veni, Vidi, Vici) has been confirmed. Some changes have been made in the procedures of the new rounds, all designed to further simplify and save both applicants' and reviewers' precious time.

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Calls

Large scale analysis of OMICS data for drug-target finding in neurodegenerative diseases

Topics

  • Using the potential from existing animal and cellular models and cohorts, including available data and biomaterial, for conducting large-scale OMICS approaches to unravel the interplay and interactions of molecules from multiple molecular levels driving disease pathogenesis.
  • Better understanding the complex and multi-factorial mechanisms of disease onset and progression as well as the corresponding influencing factors.
  • Translating the findings from Big Data analysis and multi-OMICS approaches to existing animal and cellular models, thereby enhancing the potential of these models.
  • Identification of new drug targets or novel starting points for pharmacological interventions and prevention.
  • Sharpening the current understanding of disease definition, thus leading to enhanced sub-classification and better patient stratification.

 

Part of programme

EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)

Published on

10 January 2023

Deadline

7 March 2023,
12.00

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Events

Webinar: launch international call on transforming health and care systems

Are you interested in international collaboration? And would you like to contribute to the transformation of health and care systems in Europe with a research project or a practice-based initiative? Then join us at the launch of the first grant call of the international ‘Transforming Health and Care Systems’ (THCS) programme.

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Contact

Stijn Tersmette

Stijn Tersmette

Programme Officer

+31 70 349 51 86
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