Have you for a long time considered how you can bring together a strong research group across universities and hospitals? And do you think it sounds like an exciting challenge to lead a collaboration with strong profiles in your field?
Join our information meeting and learn about what it takes to become a Clinical Academic Group. Become clearer about how you, with your current collaborators or other experts in your research and treatment area can establish a strong collaboration with basic and clinical researchers.
Deadline for applications is on 20 February 2020 at 12.00.
Who can participate?
Interested researchers, research leaders, possible collaborators and other interested parties can participate.
Why apply to become a CAG?
A CAG must promote excellent research to improve patient care.
By establishing a CAG, you and your colleagues help to bring together clinics, research, education and continuing education across universities and hospitals. In this way, you can increase the quality of the research and put the latest research into practice faster for the benefit of the patients.
With the support of the GCHSP, CAGs gain effective access to assistance from the partner organisations’ support functions to establish strong cross-cutting collaboration between research and clinical practice.
Who can apply?
GCHSP consists of four strong partner organisations within the health area. University of Copenhagen, the Capital Region of Denmark, the Technical University of Denmark and Region Zealand.
Each CAG must have a chairmanship consisting of a CAG chairman and a CAG vice chairman. The two persons making up the chairmanship must have different main employments (regional and academic, respectively). All four partner organisations must be represented in the CAG, either in the CAG chairmanship or through key members.
Learn about the criteria to become a CAG
If you have any questions regarding CAG Call 2020, please contact the GCHSP-secretariat by e-mail email@example.com.
Information meetings – register for one of following dates
- 28 October 2019 at 10.30: Auditorium 74, Bygning 421, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Kollegiebakken 13A, 2800 Kongens Lyngby.
- 30 October 2019 at 10.00: Lille Auditorium, Herlev Hospital, Borgmester Ib Juuls Vej 1, 2730 Herlev.
- 30 October 2019 at 14.00: Mærsk Tårnet, 15 floor, Faculty Lounge, Blegdamsvej 3B, 2200 København N.
- 5 November 2019 at 13.00: Store Auditorium, Vestermarksvej 16, Zealand University Hospital, Roskilde.
At the meetings, you can learn about what it means to be a CAG as well as what the criteria are to apply. You can also hear an existing CAG tell about how they work as a CAG and about the application process. You also have the opportunity to ask questions to the presenters.
Since June 12, 2017, GCHSP has worked for excellent research with a faster implementation of research results in clinical practice. We do this, among other things, by strengthening collaboration across regions and universities through a number of Clinical Academic Groups (CAGs). In 2018, the collaboration expanded from 2 to 4 partner organisations and today a total of 12 CAGs have been appointed.