BE-SAFE is headed by the Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) in Belgium and has received EU-funding (HORIZON-HLTH-2021-CARE-05: Ensuring access to innovative, sustainable and high-quality health care).
The project will run for 5 years, includes 9 international partners and is organised in 7 work packages. The figure outlines the objectives, concepts and timelines for BE-SAFE, including a randomised controlled trial of a comprehensive implementation strategies in 6 European countries.
Our role is to develop digital and trustworthy clinical practice guidelines on BSH reduction (as BMJ Rapid Recommendations), and to support adaptation in partner-countries to facilitate implementation. MAGIC will here innovate how trustworthy clinical practice guidelines can include recommendations for implementation strategies, as developed in BE-SAFE. World-leading experts in implementation research, such as professor Jeremy Grimshaw in Canada, are core-contributors in this work package.
MAGIC is hiring a senior researcher to lead and coordinate this work, which is also linked to the ongoing E3 project.