Consultation on a Cardiovascular Strategic Research Agenda

 

How would you prioritise the cardiovascular research domains proposed by ERA-CVD ?

 

 

By taking part in this survey you will contribute valuably to our understanding of your views on future cardiovascular research priorities. All stakeholders involved in the cardiovascular field are requested to help identify the most urgent cardiovascular health care challenges and research topics, including scientists, health care professionals, patients, citizens, policy advisors or people working in the biomedical industry.

The results of this survey will be presented in the Cardiovascular Strategic Research Agenda (SRA-CVD). SRA-CVD will identify areas of high medical need and opportunities for progress, present a roadmap to meet these challenges and focus on more specific topics related to prevention strategies, treatment and management and living with cardiovascular diseases. SRA-CVD will also provide recommendations to guide the priorities of research funders and deliverers of healthcare. You can download SRA-CVD here: https://www.era-cvd.eu

ERA-CVD is a European Research Area Network (ERA-NET) focusing on cardiovascular disease (CVD) research and comprising currently 24 partners from 19 countries. The project is supported by the EU Framework Program for Research and Innovation ‘Horizon 2020’ and runs from 2015 until 2020. The goal of ERA-CVD is to fund transnational research projects in the domain of cardiovascular diseases: https://www.era-cvd.eu/

 

This questionnaire takes approximately 10 min to complete

 

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