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CNPq releases U.S. $ 28 million to fund research in the area of ​​health

The goal is to support decisions of managers in the efficient allocation of resources in the Health System

 
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The National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (CNPq) launched on Wednesday (5), four calls government to research projects in health, with a total value of £ 28 million.

The goal of these studies is that MS subsidize the decision making of health managers regarding the efficient allocation of health resources in the Unified Health System (SUS). This action will contribute to the consolidation of the Brazilian Network for Health Technology Assessment (REBRATS). The priority projects will be forwarded by networks or multicentric. Entries can be made until July 22.

The approved proposals will be funded to the value of £ 5 million and £ 2.5 million to fund, £ 500,000 capital and £ 2 million for scholarships. The appeal comes from the Department of Science and Technology, Department of Science, Technology and Strategic Inputs of the Ministry of Health (DECIT / SCTIE / MS).

Chamada MCTI/CNPq/MS - SCTIE - Decit Nº 07/2013

Support the development of projects on Integrative and Complementary Practices (PICs) in the Unified Health System (SUS), considering: Traditional Chinese Medicine / Acupuncture, Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine and Medicinal Plants, and Social Hydrotherapy and Anthroposophic Medicine. Bids must be in accordance with the National Policy on Integrative and Complementary Practices (PNPIC) SUS. Priority will be given to projects directed network or multicenter.

The value of this call is $ 2 million, of which R $ 1,120 million fund resources costing £ 600,000 will be available in capital and £ 280,000 will be allocated to the fellows. The total resource comes from the Department of Primary Health Care Department of the Ministry of Health (DAB / SAS / MS).

Chamada MCTI/CNPq/MS- SCTIE- Decit Nº 15/2013 >/b>

Select research proposals that aim to contribute to the conduct of clinical trials and consolidation of strategic products for the Unified Health System (SUS). Priority will be given to projects of member institutions of the National Clinical Research (RNPC) and the National Network of Cellular Therapy (RNTC).

Approved projects will be funded with £ 18 million. Of these, U.S. $ 9.4 million will be for working capital, U.S. $ 4.5 million and other capital R $ 4.1 million for scholarships. The appeal will be forwarded by the Department of Science and Technology of the Ministry of Health (DECIT / SCTIE / MS).

Chamada MCTI/CNPq/MS - SCTIE - Decit Nº 08/2013

Oriented projects of scientific research, technology and innovation, which contribute to strengthening the capacity of national research in lifelong learning and acquiring new technologies for sizing the workforce in health within the Unified Health System (SUS). Priority will be given to projects submitted by networks or multicentric.

The amount allocated to finance the proposals in this call is $ 3 million, of which R $ 1,920 million for expenses, £ 600,000 capital and £ 480,000 for scholarships. The feature will be made available by the Department of Science and Technology, Department of Science, Technology and Strategic Inputs of the Ministry of Health (Decit / SCTIE / MS).

Chamada MCTI/CNPq/MS- SCTIE- Decit Nº 06/2013

Support projects that aim to contribute to strengthening the capacity of national research evaluation of health technologies in the following areas: primary care, aging and chronic conditions, and monitoring of health technologies.

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