The EFPC joins forces with over 40 organisations for asking the European Comission President Jean Claude Juncker to do More for health in Europe.

 

“Guidelines for GPs could be far more personalised”

The guidelines currently used by GPs in day-to-day practice could be far more personalised than is now the case. Jako Burgers makes this statement in his inaugural lecture entitled ‘Personalised Care in Guidelines: contradiction or paradox’ (In Dutch). Burgers has been professor holding an endowed chair in Promoting Personalised Care in clinical practice guidelines at Caphri - a chair funded by the Dutch College of General Practitioners (NHG) - since July of last year. He held his inaugural lecture on 16 June.

“Family Medicine and Primary Care – At the crossroads of societal change”, by Professor Jan De Maeseneer

Modern family medicine faces a rapidly changing world. New challenges require a new vision for the future, guiding present-day practice, but also preparing tomorrow’s physicians, functioning in primary care teams. Family Medicine and Primary Care at the crossroads of societal change fulfils that need. Through concrete testimonies and cases, the book draws an accurate image of contemporary family medicine and primary care and provides answers to modern-day physicians’ and health care professionals’ most pressing questions. 

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