Event

Seminar about the ALF evaluation

The Swedish Research Council arrange a seminar on the upcoming evaluation of the quality of clinical research conducted in the regions that are subject to the ALF agreement. The purpose of the seminar is to inform about the upcoming evaluation. The regions and universities affected by the evaluation are invited to identify uncertainties and questions that need to be clarified.

Date

21 January 2022

Time

9.30–12.45

Place

Digital meeting.

Registration

Registration is avaliable for the regions and universities affected by the evaluation.

Programme


9.30–12.45        

Welcome

Host together with Madeleine Durbeej-Hjalt Secretary General for Medicine and Health at the Swedish Research Council

Introduction to the evaluation

Jeanette Johansen at the Swedish Research Council

Panel 3 – evaluation of the prerequisites for clinical research

Maria Bergström at the Swedish Research Council
Panel chairman 

Panel 2 – evaluation of the clinical significance and societal impact of the clinical research

Gustav Hansson at the Swedish Research Council
Panel chairman 

Panel 1 – evaluation of the quality of the scientific output

Andreas Krigh at the Swedish Research Council
Panel chairman 

Q&A

Lead by host       

Conclusions and summary of seminar

Lead by host and Madeleine Durbeej-Hjalt 

More information about the evaluation of research quality in the ALF regions

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