EFPC AT A GLANCE

The European Forum for Primary Care was initiated in early 2005 by a group of interested parties from several countries. The aim of the Forum is to improve the health of the population by promoting strong Primary Care. This is done by advocating for Primary Care, by generating data and evidence on Primary Care and by exchanging information between its members. The Forum seeks to expand its membership and thereby to become a leading force for strengthening Primary Care in Europe.

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UPCOMING EVENT

EFPC 2020 e-Event 27-29 September

Conference: 27-29 September 2020

Location: online

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EFPC ACTIVITIES

EFPC organizes Multi Country Study Visits

In September the EFPC organized a Multi-Country Study-Visit for a group of Primary Care experts from Shanghai, China together with its’ associated member PRIMAFAMED in Ghent. The group made visits to Primary Care innovations in Ghent, Belgium and Den Bosch, The Netherlands; check out the complete programme!

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Positionpapers in development

To further its aim to improve the health of the European population by promoting strong primary care the European Forum for Primary Care develops and disseminates policy documents, such as position papers, policy overviews and scoping reviews.

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Other Events

Past Conferences

International consultations

VIDEO ROLE-PLAYS

Below you find several video role-plays on Primary Care subthemes.

We invite you make your comments for the spaces in between the sketches. You can write these below in the comments section, indicating about which video you are making comments. We will gather all contributions and will use them to present those in future meetings and conferences. As soon as we have finalized a video we will feedback to you with the result.

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Language

Technology

Violence

Performance 1

Performance 2

Passport

Prescription in PC

Team

Income test – social security

PREMIUM MEMBERS

Premium members pay a higher financial contribution; we are most thankful for their highly needed support to the secretariat of the EFPC