PARTICIPATION REQUIREMENTS PACE AWARD 2022
Which projects are eligible?
- Multidisciplinary clinical projects focused on the optimisation of care for patients with blood disorders, both in hospital or outpatient setting (but with a link to the hospital).
- The project must not fall within the definition of clinical research and may not be directly or indirectly linked to the use of a specific pharmaceutical speciality.
- The project must be carried out in compliance with the Protection of Privacy Law.
|Please be informed non-selected projects from previous years may be resubmitted if they meet the eligibility criteria.|
Please make sure to check the eligibility criteria before submitting your project!
Who can apply?
The candidate must fulfil all criteria below:
- be a natural person
- be a member of BHS
- be part of a multidisciplinary team: this team must consist of at least 3 persons,
including minimum one doctor and one paramedical professional practicing in a
hospital setting (pe nurse, social worker, pharmacist, physiotherapist)
- may not be an employee of the pharmaceutical industry
A prize award of 10.000 euros will be given to the winners (maximum 2 winners each year). Please note, the prize money cannot be allocated to fund a salary, but it can cover activity and material costs.
The results of the PACE Award will be announced during the 2022 General Annual Meeting of the BHS.
The BHS PACE award has been made possible with an unrestricted grant from BMS and Takeda.
- Relevance and impact of the project in the improvement of patient care (25%)
- Multidisciplinarity aspect of the project (25%)
- Originality of the project in terms of the proposed theme (25%)
- Feasibility of the project (20%)
- Relevance of the budgetary estimate (5%)
The application must preferably be written in English** and must consist of :
- an information form containing the different project members and including the curriculum vitae of the applicant
- a summary in abstract format with a maximum of 2500 characters (including spaces) for possible publication in the Belgian Journal of Hematology
- a detailed project form with a maximum of 3 pages including a budget estimate Detailed project form PACE award 2022.docx
* templates are available in the submission tool
** applications in French or Dutch are acceptable, but the abstract/summary must be in English
The full SOP PACE Award (including guidelines, terms and conditions) can be consulted here:
Benjamin Depoorter, Jules Bordet Institute
|Multidisciplinary approach of drug-induced polyneuropathic pain in multiple myeloma patients|
Sarah Deuss, UZ Brussel
|Development of diet guidelines for the immunosuppressed patient inspired by modern foodculture
H. Schoemans, UZ Leuven
(SteM Cell TransplantatIon faciLitated by eHealth Technology)
S. Servais, CHU Liège
|A personalized and illustrated roadmap notebook for children after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
A. Janssens, UZ Leuven
C. Vierst, CHU Namur site Godinne
S. Michiels, Institut Jules Bordet
K. Saevels, UZA
B. Balci, Institut Jules Bordet
J. De Munter, University Hospital Ghent