CaRe Award 2023

During the CaRe days the CaRe dissertation award will be awarded again.

At this moment the four CaRe institutes are selecting two excellent theses to nominate for the award. The jury, the members of the board of governors, will assess the 8 nominees and select a winner. 

On Thursday 11 May, the winner will be announced by Prof.Dr. Chris van Weel, at the CaRe days in Eindhoven.


Public Health and Care Research Leadership programme

July 2021 the first edition of the Public Health and Care Research Leadership programme started. Last year the second cohort started. 
This programme is designed to support post-doc researchers (>5 years after obtaining PhD), the future leaders in the field of public health and care research, to become excellent leaders with a mission. It is a collaboration between CaRe, UMIO, Cambridge Institute of Public Health and Erasmus MC NIHES

The next edition will start next July in Cambridge. If you are interested in participating, you can contact your institute director. 

For more information about the programme click here.

We have a new employee at the CaRe secretariat. Her name is Anneke van Duivendijk. If you have any questions regarding CaRe, do not hesitate to contact her.

The mission of The Netherlands School of Public Health and Care Research concerns: contributing to better health and health care through high quality training of young researchers and multidisciplinary cooperation between excellent research institutes in the field of primary health care, transmural care, public and occupational health and health policy, focused on the development and implementation of new scientific knowledge in these fields.

This mission is shared by the four participating research institutes of CaRe, i.e. CAPHRI (Care And Public Health Research Institute) of Maastricht University, Radboud University, APH (Amsterdam Public Health research institute) of the VUmc, AMC, VU and UvA in Amsterdam, and Nivel (Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research) in Utrecht.