TULIPS Child Health
A weekend for all researchers involved in Child Health to improve their skills in grant writing and presenting, to meet (inter)national experts in grant writing, to optimize individual proposals and to form networks with other researchers. The Grant Writing and Presenting Weekend takes place every two years.
An open one-day program filled with talks and workshops. The purpose of the Young Researchers Day is to bring young, promising researchers together, to create networks, to exchange research ideas and to share personal experiences.
TULIPS provides two Curricula (a differentiated Curriculum for Post doctoral candidates and a differentiated Curriculum for PhD students) with interactive training sessions and weekend educational retreats to create opportunities for collaboration and to enhance competences required to become successful in clinical science.
The post-doc Curriculum provides tools to extend research competences in child and youth health research to become independent researchers. The TULIPS Curriculum for post-docs is meant for approximately 10 post-doctoral clinician-scientists in Pediatrics or Child Health who are selected every 2 year.
The PhD Curriculum specifically aims at enthusiastic PhD researchers with the potential and ambition to advance their research field as a clinician-scientist. The TULIPS Curriculum for PhD researchers is meant for approximately 15 PhD students in Pediatrics or Child Health who are selected every year.
24 hours of Child health with a focus on multidisciplinary collaboration and networking. The purpose of The Child Health Symposium is to bring all disciplines in Child Health together to explore possible ways in which we can collaborate. How can we complement each other? And above all: what can we learn from each other? The Child Health Symposium takes place every two years.