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Provide updated information about initiatives/scholarship for Young Professionals

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

Share updated opportunities or scholarships for Young professionals as well as information about the experiences of these programmes if somebody within the network has already done it. (possible guidance in case someone would like to apply) Initiative such as the European Health Parliament,  where young professionals/students from across Europe and with diverse backgrounds (political studies, biomedical science, pharmacy, medicine, econo...

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Influencing EU Commissioner

Increasing the Involvement and Participation of EFPC Members - Relationships

EFPC invited by the EU Commissioner on Health & Food safety, Dr Andriukaitis       Earlier this month on the 3rd of May the EFPC, together with their colleagues in the HTA Health Care Professionals group (EUPHA, PGEU, CPME, among others), was invited by Dr Andriukaitis and his staff to discuss issues connected to the proposed new regulation regarding Health Technology Assessment in the European Union. On behalf of t...

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Primary care lab sessions

Designing Future EFPC Conferences - Content

Lab sessions during the conference would provide a highly interactive and participatory atmosphere.  A lab sessions consist of the presentation of an issue/case from a particular country (for instance, the situation of family practice in country X) and then a panel ask questions and provide suggestions to improve the main issues presented. The audience are called to react and provide opinion and additional country references. ...

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Mentorship for YouEFPC

Interprofessional Learning and EFPC - EFPC CONFERENCE

Should we consider establishing a mentorship scheme for YOUEFPC? By this I mean a scheme that is to some extent formalised with a proper training programme for mentors and an evaluation built in to see if having a mentor makes a difference to their careers, experiences and the future of PHC? Please see this website for the programme we have developed in England: http://www.healthresearchmentor.org.uk/website/ We could do an adaptation of...

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Interactivity

Interprofessional Learning and EFPC - EFPC CONFERENCE

More interactivity in our activities is needed in order to meet the needs and expectations of members and other stakeholders. Including the challenge that it also should be fun and not a forced way to involve people; interactivity should be on a voluntary basis and therefor should include several formats from debates to roleplays, from workshops with small group-discussions to making/preparing something tangible; freedom of expression is key!&nbs...

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Interactivity

Interprofessional Learning and EFPC - EFPC CONFERENCE

More interactivity in our activities is needed in order to meet the needs and expectations of members and other stakeholders. Including the challenge that it also should be fun and not a forced way to involve people; interactivity should be on a voluntary basis and therefor should include several formats from debates to roleplays, from workshops with small group-discussions to making/preparing something tangible; freedom of expression is key! h...

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workshop facilitated by different professionals

Interprofessional Learning and EFPC - EFPC CONFERENCE

Each EFPC conference from now on should have a workshop facilitated by at least two but preferably different PC professionals. This can be in the pre-conference or in the main conference. ** can start from case description based on real life experiences and ** might be also with a lot improvisation. Role plays on how different professionals will react to a similar case can provide insight on the added values of the different professionals. But al...

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Can EFPC provide young professionals with engagement value propositions that meet their needs or capabilities?

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - How to encourage young PC professionals to become active?

Young professionals have unique needs and their own work experiences. Some actually do have experience with associations, but many have more limitations on their ability to join or otherwise engage with an association than their more experienced colleagues. Consequently, young professionals are often faced with association membership offers that don’*** ** meet their needs, are beyond their means or their capability to participate.

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