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The GUIDE Financial Support Programs contains 3 Actions to financially support the GUIDE research programmes. The Actions are designed in such a way that they contribute to the realisation of GUIDE goals and to (further) shape the research programmes. During internal and external research assessments, these Actions will be made visible.
The implementation of these Actions are the responsibility of the Programme Leaders. For detailed information, (programme specific) conditions, and applications, please contact your Programme Leader(s).

Action 1: Retreats GUIDE Research programmes

This Action supports retreats of the GUIDE research programmes with a contribution of up to € 500,- per programme per year.
The retreats should contribute to planning how to improve the internal visibility of GUIDE and its research programmes. In addition, they need to stimulate the development of the programmes and to increase the internal cohesion. As a result, we anticipate more focused research that will contribute to the mission and goals, and will benefit the internal and external research evaluations.

Action 2: the GUIDE Lecture

This Action supports the organization of conferences/symposia/large meetings (also) in the context of the GUIDE research programmes with a contribution in travel and accommodation costs for a renowned international speaker, up to € 600,- per programme per year.

This Action should contribute to the internal and external visibility of GUIDE and its research programmes. Thus, it contributes to the mission and goals of GUIDE, and benefits internal and external research evaluations. The subject of reading must be drug or drug oriented, at the discretion of the Programme Leaders.

Action 3: the International Seminar Programme

This Action supports the organisation of an International Seminar with a contribution in travel and accommodation costs for a renowned international speaker up to € 600,- per programme per year.

This action should contribute to the internal and external visibility of GUIDE and its research programmes. Thus, it contributes to the mission and goals of GUIDE, and benefits the internal and external research evaluations. In addition, it supports the development of the programme and increases the internal cohesion. The subject of reading must be drug or drug oriented, at the discretion of the Programme Leader. The host should explore the possibility to organise a masterclass for PhD students by the invited speaker. GUIDE will publish the seminar by poster.