11 easy steps to initiate and run a UCARE project/study

  • Step 1: UCAREs who want to apply to run a project should check on the website for ongoing, past, and approved projects in preparation. Project applications are reviewed, approved and assigned to project leaders on a first come first serve basis.
  • Step 2: Send a proposal to the UCARE OFFICE (see template)
  • Step 3: The UCARE OFFICE sends it out to the Scientific Advisory Board
  • Step 4: Board decision (if the decision is no: there’ll be an invitation to revise, reject; if yes: ok/suggestions for improvement, and the Board will nominate a responsible UCARE Steering Committee project advisor a USCPA)
  • Step 5: The UCARE Scientific Advisory Board informs the UCARE Office of their decision, and if the decision is yes, of the USCPA
  • Step 6: The UCARE Office informs the applicant
  • Step 7: The applicant / project leader, together with the USCPA, initiates the project
  • Step 8: The project leader, with the USCPA, invites UCAREs to participate (UCARE office is cc on all communication)
  • Step 9: The project leader reports on the project’s progress as outlined in the proposal to the UCARE office
  • Step 10: The project is completed and report or publication is sent to the UCARE office
  • Step 11: CURE criteria for authorship apply and UCARE is acknowledged. The publication is posted on the UCARE website

Download Application for a UCARE project/study

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GA²LEN coordinating Office
c/o DGAKI
Robert-Koch-Platz 7
10115 Berlin, Germany

UCARE office
Laura Schwenner

info(at)ga2len-ucare.com