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Webinar on Mental Health and Primary Care ‘Addressing mental health needs of healthcare workers’

PRIMORE PROJECT - Mental Health in PC

 The webinar about ‘Addressing mental health needs of healthcare workers’ Health Policy Platform COVID-19 mental health support network  16 October 2020, 10.30 – 12.00 hosted by EFPC. Couldn't get the chance to participate, summary of the webinar is on the attached file!!

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Supporting Mental Health in Primary Care Doctors

PRIMORE PROJECT - Mental Health in PC

A fantastic presentation by Dr Ian Walton Member of the European Forum for Primary Care Mental Health Working as part of the PRIMORE Project.  Dr Ian Walton Member of the European Forum for Primary Care Mental Health Working Group; I was pleased to represent the EFPC mental health working group at a European Union Mental Health Policy Platform Webinar about addressing the mental health needs of healthcare workers and looking for good practice a...

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WHO Europe: Brief Organizational Models of Prison Health. Considerations for Better Governance (2020)

PRIMORE PROJECT - Prison Health

WHO Regional Office for Europe published a policy brief on the Brief Organizational Models of Prison Health. Considerations for Better Governance.  There is currently a variety of models of prison health accountability across the WHO European Region. The WHO Regional Office for Europe recommends that leadership should come from health ministries if health equity between prisons and the outside community is to be achieved. Most importantly, a who...

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Collecting Cases of Primary Care in Closed Settings/Prisons - Insight into organisation, provision and type of care.

PRIMORE PROJECT - Prison Health

The Working Group ‘Prison Health’ of the European Forum for Primary Care would like to collect information on the relationships between health care in prisons and primary care after inmates are released. This information will ultimately contribute to a position paper that will highlight the continuity of care between prisons and the community, as well as the role and need of primary care within closed settings. Deadline: 31st October 2020. Plea...

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Covid-19 and immigrants

PRIMORE PROJECT - Migrant/Refugee Health

There is a general opinion among people that Corona virus doesn't discriminate; both rich and the poor, educated and uneducated, men and women, young and old become sick. Even though this may be partly true, recent research from high-income countries show that people who belong to lower socioeconomic status suffer most. Research from Sweden show that higher risk of death by Covid-19 when you are being old, being male, less/no income, lower educat...

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Leaving no one behind in prison health: the Helsinki conclusions (2020)

PRIMORE PROJECT - Prison Health

Co-hosted by WHO/Europe, Public Health England and the Government of Finland, the 6th Prison Health Conference took place in Helsinki in March 2019. Themed “Leaving no one behind in prison health”, it focused on the interface between the health and justice systems, and its association with human rights and the principles established under the United Nations Nelson Mandela Rules and Bangkok Rules on the treatment of prisoners. The Conference was...

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EXPERT PANEL ON EFFECTIVE WAYS OF INVESTING IN HEALTH Request for an opinion: A new framework for the organisation of health and social care following the COVID-19 pandemic

PRIMORE PROJECT - Organization of PC

Please provide us your input for the questions which were raised to the Expert Panel by the European Commission so the EFPC can provide our Expert Panel members in time the necessary suggestions from a Primary Care perspective. Questions for the Expert Panel  The Expert Panel is requested to provide a concise but meaningful document with analysis and recommendations on the following points:  a.) What are the building blocks to improve care org...

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