CQHCWC encourages national science foundation application
CQHCWC holds a meeting on Oct 19 to conclude projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2022 and mobilize the application of projects for 2023. [Photo/CQHCWC]
The Chongqing Health Center for Women and Children (Women and Children's Hospital of Chongqing Medical University), or CQHCWC, in Southwest China's Chongqing, held a meeting on Oct 19 to conclude projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China in 2022 and mobilize the application of the foundation for 2023.
The meeting was presided over by Ye Junying, director of the science and education department of CQHCWC, and was attended by more than 150 people, including Qi Hongbo, president of CQHCWC, Zhou Wei and Li Fang, vice-presidents of the center, and other staff members.
Qi deployed the application of the foundation for 2023 and pointed out that the center has made some progress in 2022 in the application of the foundation, while there is still a big gap compared with other domestic hospitals of the same level, encouraging staff members to make persistent efforts.
He said that the application result of National Natural Science Foundation is an important index to measure the core competitiveness and scientific research level of a hospital, and it must be taken seriously by all staff members.
Qi added that the center would further implement the scientific research incentive policy, strengthen the support and management for the application of projects, and increase the quality of projects.
Zhou summarized the application of projects in 2022, and explained arrangements, requirements, and funds for the 2023 application, emphasizing the integrity of scientific research.
At the meeting, professors Ding Yubin and Luo Xin from the Chongqing Medical University also shared their experience in topic selection, highlights refining, and more.
The meeting marked the start of the 2023 application process. CQHCWC will offer comprehensive services to the scientific researchers in all departments, strive for better results of the National Natural Science Foundation applications, and promote its high-quality development.