The EFPC provided its compliments with this highly ambitious agenda. From the Primary Care perspective many points are relevant and very much supported by the EFPC.

Dear EFPC members,

We would like to inform you that for our upcoming EFPC General Assembly which will be held on the 30th of September in Nanterre. There are nine positions available within our Advisory Board.

The EFPC would like to invite members interested in joining the Board for the next 3 years to come up with a nomination or submit your interest!

If you would like to know more about what it means to become an EFPC Advisory Board, please have a look at the following document! Besides, you can also check our webpage to have a look at our actual Board composition.
 

Primary care is significantly impacted by caring for increasingly complex populations. Effectively managing aging patients and chronic conditions requires that primary care professionals acquire new skills to build engaged teams in primary care to help “share the care.” Moving to more team-based models requires primary care professionals to assume leadership roles and have a clear vision to guide their team.

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