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Call for proposals to support the roll-out of the second cohort of the inter-speciality cancer training programme

The inter-speciality cancer training programme will help to deliver a more skilled and mobile cancer workforce through cross-border training and information sharing. 


Data publicării
15 septembrie 2022
Data de deschidere
Model de termen-limită
Cu o singură etapă
28 februarie 2023, 17:00 (CET)
Program de finanțare
Level of funding
EU level




As high-quality cancer patient’s care depends on a continuous and sustainable training and education of ahigh-quality workforce, an extended number of cancer care infrastructures across the Union, as well as of trainers and trainees will be supported by this call. In particular, the aim of this call is to extend the implementation coverage of the first cohort of the inter-speciality cancer training programme through enrolling new cancer centres, as well as additional trainees and trainers.

Activities/actions supported

Specific activities to be funded will include a selection process for the trainees, trainers, and cancer centres which will participate in the inter-speciality cancer training programme. 

Anticipated outcomes

The actions to be funded are expected to increase the coverage of the inter-speciality cancer training programme across the Union, and  result in the upskilling and re-skilling of healthcare professionals in the areas of clinical oncology, surgery, radiology and radiation technology, and nursing and other specialised services, with an increase in the number of training centres engaged in the initiative, as well as trainees and trainers. Ultimately, the actions will help Member States to improve cooperation among their cancer services, by addressing skill gaps and better equipping the health workforce with personnel trained in cancer care.

Institution providing the funding


Size of funding

EUR 7 million



Overview of eligibility criteria

To be eligible for funding, the applicants (beneficiaries and affiliated entities) must be legal entities (public or private bodies) established in one of the eligible countries (i.e., EU Member States (including overseas countries and territories linked to it (OCTs), listed EEA countries and countries associated to the EU4Health Programme or countries which are in ongoing negotiations for an association agreement and where the agreement enters into force before grant signature).

Overview of award criteria

Project proposals will be assessed taking into account the following three criteria, for a maximum score of 100 points: 

  • Relevance (30points)
  • Quality (60points)
  • Impact (10points)



Application procedures

All proposals must be submitted directly online via the Funding & Tenders Portal Electronic Submission System. The submission is a 2-step process: 

  1. Create a user account and register your organisation by setting up an EU Login user account and registering your organisation in the Participant Register. 
  2. Submit the proposal via the Electronic Submission System via the Funding & Tenders Portal. 

Proposals are submitted in 3 parts: 

  • Part A includes administrative information about the applicant organisations and the summarised budget for the proposal. 
  • Part B  covers the technical content of the proposal. 
  • Annexes as relevant.

Additional information on the application procedure and relevant templates can be accessed through the link to the call (see below). 

The composition  of the consortium depends on the topic. Please refer to the text of the call for more details.

Application support available

For help related to the call, please contact:  HADEA-HPCALLSatec [dot] europa [dot] eu (HADEA-HPCALLS[at]ec[dot]europa[dot]eu)


Link to funding opportunity

Link to the programme for more info