The Centre Virchow-Villermé for Public Health Paris-Berlin has launched its first call for projects in February 2014 with the intention to develop joint research activities between France and Germany in the field of Public Health.
Nine projects were submitted by candidates from Université Sorbonne Paris Cité (USPC) and Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin and were evaluated by at least two members of the steering committees in Berlin and Paris and by USPC. The International Advisory Board took the final decision in may 2014 and selected four projects for funding by the Centre Virchow–Villermé. These projects differ in the overall ranking of all submitted projects, for their excellence as well as for the collaboration with institutions in the partner country.
A second call was launched in 2015 and one project selected (“Paris WHO”).
In June 2016 the participants presented the findings of their projects in a “wrap-up session” in Berlin.
The participants have proven by their research results, how useful and important it is to compare health systems or public health approaches in France and Germany.
|Nom et Prénom du postulant||Établissement||Établissement partenaire||Titre du projet|
|Development of a Comparable Health Status Assessment in French and German Populations|
|Judith Mueller (pour un étudiant titulaire d’un Master)||EHESP||CharitéLMU Munich||The Value of Indirect Protection by Vaccination: A Tool for Evaluation of Population-level Preferences in France and Germany|
|Jérémy Geeraert||Université Paris 13||Centre Marc Bloch Berlin||Le social à l’hôpital au XXIe siècle – L’accès aux soins des populations démunies et sans couverture sociale en France et Allemagne|
|Matthias Brunn||Université Paris Diderot||TU Berlin||Pay-for-performance in France and Germany: Learning from others, why not from each other?|