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Online Focus Groups on collateral damage caused by health care systems in COVID-19 mode

2020-04-23T13:38:30+00:00

On the issue of “collateral damage” we are organizing two focus group discussions next week Wednesday 8 April in an online webinar format. First one at 12:30 CET and the second one at 19:00 CET. The focus group discussions will be led by our Austrian colleagues from the University of Graz, Martin Sprenger and [...]

Online Focus Groups on collateral damage caused by health care systems in COVID-19 mode2020-04-23T13:38:30+00:00

Primary Care & The Corona Pandemic: Stories From Your Countries

2020-04-01T16:23:24+00:00

In PIE we have started a new initiative to collect and share your stories in connection to the Corona crisis at Primary Care level. Please spend a few minutes to write any Problem, Idea or Experience from your country in order to support your colleagues elsewhere in Europe. Go to PIE [...]

Primary Care & The Corona Pandemic: Stories From Your Countries2020-04-01T16:23:24+00:00

New EFPC WG on Prison Health

2020-02-05T13:57:45+00:00

The EFPC is starting a Working Group on Prison Health and Primary Care. We invite researchers, professionals and policy makers who are interested in this topic to contribute to this development. The initiator of the WG is Anke van Dam, our new Advisory Board member who has considerable experience in this area via her own [...]

New EFPC WG on Prison Health2020-02-05T13:57:45+00:00

EFPC contribution to the EXPH survey on future mandates

2020-01-29T11:32:33+00:00

The EFPC contributed to the survey 'Future mandates/questions for the Expert Panel on effective ways of investing in health'. The Expert Panel supports DG SANTE in its efforts towards evidence-based policy-making and the development and availability of state of the art cross-country knowledge. The Panel issues opinions to inform national policy in improving the quality [...]

EFPC contribution to the EXPH survey on future mandates2020-01-29T11:32:33+00:00