Useful documents for investigators To optimise the chance for a successful application, read the top 10 tips and tricks here. You can also find a questionnaire, developed by Pr. Cook from Oxford University, to help applicants better justify their underlying justification of the sample size used in a randomised controlled trial grant proposal. The document can be found here. Each call has its own specific forms and documents to be used. You can find the forms for the 2018 investigator-led call here under the section 'Downloads (all documents Call 2018)'. Useful links on pragmatic trials
1. Which trials are eligible for funding within the KCE Trials programme? KCE Trials funds research into comparative effectiveness. Development trials (innovation) and implementation research are not eligible for funding by KCE Trials.
KCE Trials Panel Group of experts who give advice on and prioritisation of clinical topics for their importance to patients and the healthcare system. These same experts may provide additional advice during the call for proposals or development and evaluation of proposals to address these questions or topics. Belgian Coordinating Centre (BCC)
There is an important demand for clinical trials to fill existing evidence gaps and to advance healthcare. In addition to EU funded or co-funded initiatives, the possibilities for obtaining funding for clinical trials in Belgium have expanded over the past years. Trials can broadly be grouped into comparative effectiveness trials of existing interventions and trials to develop a new intervention. Investigators should be familiar with the possible funding programmes and the type of trials funded under each programme. Comparative effectiveness trials
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