EATG Call for Applications: Continuous Patient Education (CoPE) Grant Program

Deadline: 30 November 2017

European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) Training Academy is seeking applications for its Continuous Patient Education (CoPE) grant program to address the need for access to hepatitis prevention, testing, treatment and care services by co-infected key populations.

The CoPE project is a funding mechanism that enables the production and translation of patient education materials, brochures and other resources related to HIV/AIDS & co-infections in multiple languages.

This call is specifically focused on the topic “Applications addressing the need for access to hepatitis prevention, testing, treatment and care services by co-infected key populations. This includes publications that support the local community in better understanding HCV and HBV as co-infections”.

Type of Publications

CoPE supports publications which:

  • Promote necessary, objective, reliable and up-to-date knowledge and skills about HIV/AIDS and co-infections among patients, patient groups, groups at-risk, and healthcare providers;
  • Raise awareness and appreciation of facts and issues related to HIV/AIDS treatment among PLWH (such as women, men who have sex with men, injecting drug users, sex workers, migrant communities and other groups at-risk);
  • Offer objective, scientifically-accurate, high-quality, patient-focused and user-friendly overview and summary of relevant health and treatment information on specific and generic HIV-related topics and issues;
  • Engage, support and empower local HIV-positive community for the preparation and development of necessary and relevant treatment materials.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Any community-based organisation in the European and Central Asian region dealing with prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS and co-infections can submit an application to CoPE.
  • The selection is based on the soundness of the proposed project and available funding.

How to Apply

Applicants must fill the application form via given website.

For more information, please visit Continuous Patient Education (CoPE).

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