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Interprofessional student assignments in Corona times

Interprofessional Primary Care Research - PRIMORE PROJECT

We usually let our interprofessional student groups meet patients in nursing homes and home care, and then they make a care plan for the patients. In these times it may be difficult to send the students out in groups of 5 to the patients. However, I think that the Corona-crisis brings with it many new challenges for primary care/the municipalities. Can anyone suggest challenges that it would be useful to have a group of 5 bright young students (i...

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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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PRIMORE workshop in Nanterre September 30. 2019: Who will be there for the theme "Organization of Primary Care" and what are the burning research questions in your mind?

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

Thank you very much Frode for the outline of the PRIMORE WS in Nanterre. To move one step further in concordence with your outline, I would like to invite our online PIE community including launch meeting partcipants, to list their research questions related to the theme Organization of Primary Care under this PIE. For this my summary PIE about the theme meeting in Utrecht might be helpful  (see attached link). I am looking forward t...

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PRIMORE workshop in Nanterre September 30. 2019

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

Dear all, A PRIMORE workshop is planned during the EFPC Conference in Nanterre, September 30, 2019, from 14:15 to 17:00. Please see an outline for the workshop below. All best, Diederik Aarendonk and Frode F. Jacobsen   Plan for PRIMORE workshop September 30, 2019, 14:15-17:00: 14:15-14:30: Introduction to PRIMORE-network by Frode F. Jacobsen and Diederik Aarendonk 14:30-16:30: Break into three groups according to...

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Knowledge exchange and translation in interprofessional care

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

I will forward the idea that successful interprofessional care depends on a complex interaction involving exchange, combination and application of knowledge from a wide set of sources. Primary care, and interprofessional care in particular, is characterized by a wide range of knowledge, values and competence that needs to meet and together shape decisions. Within the framework of EBM, research evidence and clinical expertice will vary with t...

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Local/National multiprofessional primary care research network: Does it exist?

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

Since one of the major aim of the PRIMORE project is to establish multinational, multiprofessional pimary care research network, I just wonder whether in any European country at local or national level such a multiprofessional network exists? if yes then their experience can be helpful for us. Can you please report about existence of such research networks in your country and share your experience in the comment box below? Thank yo...

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Developing Research Agenda for Interprofessional Primary Care Research

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

An agenda for interprofessional primary care research  will provide guidance for further research and research related policy. Such agenda will also point out challenges for the vision and future of interprofessional primary care research.It could be used as reference manual for all primary care researchers  and policy makers worldwide. I drafted a very preliminary conceptual framework that could be used as initial s...

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Interprofessional Research: What are the threats and opportunities?

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

For some of the primary care professionals the huge burden of service commitments may impede them involving in research activites despite their willingness and high capability of doing research. for the others who have  relatively lower workload, low research capacity and confidence might be barriers against primary care research.  Paper from Raghunath et al published in PHCR&D, 2004 addresses the threats and opportunities for...

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Interprofessional research: What is the rationale?

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

What is the rationale behind interprofesional primary care research ? Paper from Raghunath et al published in PHCR&D 2004 addresses this question. Authors underlined the importance of collecting data from primary care practitioners in order to use it for developing primary care practice. This is in accordance with the need of multiprofessional primary care teams for multiprofessional care approach. to improve multiprofessional care,evide...

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medical assistants

PRIMORE PROJECT - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

Catalonia has a long experience on interprofessional PCTeams. We have a wide service basket but currently doctors (and nurses) are overwhelmed by administrative workload.  We're developing a project to shift our health clerks into so called "medical assistants", starting by making them referents for chronic complex patients.  Does anyone have experience on such issue?

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