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Webinar on multi professional research in Primary Care

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

In our next PRIMORE webinar on Multi-professional research in Primary Care in autumn 2019 we would like to bring together researchers from the different Primary Care professionals. Any research developed by professional groups that helps to identify evidence for the best way to organize Primary Care is welcomed. Ideally we will have several speakers, presenting briefly their research and being interviewed by each other. For now we want to enco...

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EFPC Webinar on How do I become a leader in Primary Care? (11 June 2019 at 14.30 Netherlands time)

Interprofessional Learning and EFPC - Online Learning

During this session, participants will review and understand a leader’s key activities and qualities. Participants will dive deeply into one of the core competencies of leadership, setting a vision, and understand how vision affects organizations. The webinar will close the webinar by discussing your organization’s vision and helping participants to craft a team vision statement.   Date: 11 June, 2019 at 14.40 (Neth...

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Webinar on Mental Health in Primary Care (24 May at 12.30 PM Dutch time)

PRIMORE PROJECT - Mental Health in PC

Join the webinar and help to shape the EFPC Position Statement of Mental Health in Primary Care! What do you want to change for a better mental health service in primary care? What in your opinion is the most urgent problem related to mental healthcare? Does the problem lie with the inequality of the model of care, or something else? Where are the solutions   To Register please send us an e-mail to info@euprimarycare.org...

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Webinar on Health inequalities among the migrant population: the cases of France, Turkey and Italy (Tuesday 26 February at 12.30 p.m. Netherlands time)

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - Defining the Future Vision of EFPC

You&EFPC is launching the first of two webinars to pave the road toward Nanterre. This first Webinar will be dedicated to Health Equity analyzed through the lens of Migrants' health status with country reports. We will organize short presentations (about 10 minutes each) to show how migrants' health is approached nowadays in our countries and how this affects health equity.    Date: Tuesday 26 Fe...

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You&EFPC Webinar on Health Equity and Migrants in the European Region

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - Defining the Future Vision of EFPC

You&EFPC is launching the first of two webinars to pave the road toward Nanterre. This first Webinar will be dedicated to Health Equity analyzed through the lens of Migrants' health status with country reports. We will organize short presentations (about 10 minutes each) to show how migrants' health is approached nowadays in our countries and how this affects health equity.  The webinar will take place on the&nb...

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Webinar results on Healthy Aging

PRIMORE PROJECT - Healthy Ageing

Theme 1: Healthy Aging People are getting older – increased demand for support at older age – insufficient capacity at welfare/care services What are the drivers & barriers to support healthy aging at Primary Care level? Metaphor: Badgers do well in Holland since they are better protected (see picture) – now they cause increased disturbance for citizens living close to their settlements. What are the solutions: h...

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EGPRN Offline Research Course for Primary Health Care Professionals

Engagement of Young Professionals and EFPC - Change

Not to invent the wheal again ! Be an institutional partner (member) of EGPRN and open the research course to all of your paid members. That may enrich the activities of EFPC. And also you may advert and offer the webinars which are really nice and productive.  The end of such a ebbasedcourse is with a presentation by the candidate in a conference in front of mentors. That may be done in an EFPC activity and certificates may be handed by...

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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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