CaRe days 2019
Save the Date!!

The annual CaRe days will be held on the 8th and 9th of May 2019 in Eindhoven. Mark your calendar. Registration will be open soon!!
CaRe has a new name
Recently, the board of directors and the board of gouvernors, discussed the name and mission of researchschool CaRe again, They found that the name of CaRe no longer covers the broad range of research that is being performed within the different institutes. 
Therefore, they decided to change 'Netherlands School of primary care research' into 

"Netherlands School of Public Health and Care Research"

We are also working on a new website. On this new website we will place the new logo with our new name. 
CaRré Newsletter

You can find the latest CaRré by clicking here.

Three times a year CaRe publishes news from the four participating institutes in a newsletter called CaRré.

From November 2015 onwards digital newsletters are being sent. To read the previous digital bulletins and the newsletters, please follow the link below or go to the tab CaRré Newsletters.

Organisation
Strategic issues are discussed in the Board of Directors and in the Board of Governors; PhD supervision and PhD courses are organised by the participating institutes; for overall coordination and quality assurance, PhD coordinators of the institute meet regularly in the PhD Education Committee. 
Participating institutes
Researchschool CaRe is a collaboration of four institutes
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PhD training programme
PhD students have to make a Training and Supervision Plan (TSP) when they start their PhD trajectory. The individual institutes offer their PhD students a variety of interesting and relevant courses. But sometimes there are some additional courses that can be followed by other institutes as well. Under the tab PhD Training, you can find an overview of the courses. 
News
Valedictory lecture of Prof. André Knottnerus
29/10/2018 - André Knottnerus, professor of General Practice at Maastricht University, delivered his valedictory lecture on 26 October.
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Advanced European bioethics course
18/09/2018 - Advanced European bioethics course “Suffering, Death and Palliative Care”, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 19-22 March, 2019, organized by the by the section of Healthcare Ethics, IQ healthcare, (Radboudumc university medical centre).
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