Second CCCDay in Maastricht
On 21 June the second CAPHRI - Centre for Health and Society Düsseldorf Collaboration Day (CCCDay) took place in Maastricht. 45 researchers came together to intensify the collaboration on research and education in care and public health.
During the second CCC day, further plans were forged for joint (conceptual) research papers, co-investigation in research projects, exchange of Master’s students for scientific internships and theses, joint literature clubs, joint seminars, (post-academic) courses, and staff exchange (both for education and teaching from PhDs till senior staff). The content-wise part of the meeting was concluded with an informative meeting by Vivian Braeken and Evamaria Gruchattka about the possible funding of research and education in the Netherlands, Germany, and across borders. The collaboration continued during the dinner, the walk through the city center, and during the CAPHRI Research day, which several members of the Centre for Health and Society visited. During the upcoming year the working groups (see below), will work on strengthening the collaboration till the next CCC-Day in Dusseldorf.
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Or contact Kasia Czabanowska (CAPHRI) email@example.com or Daniel Kotz (chs) Daniel.Kotz@med.uni‐duesseldorf.de.
Would you like to join one of the working groups? Then please contact the chair(s) of the working group(s) you are interested in (see table below).
|Ageing and long-term care
|Ethics and society
Health technology assessment
|MSc and PhD education
|Primary care and health services research
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