#EFPC2017 Road to Porto Conference is NOW open!!!
Porto 24-26 September 2017
Registration is closed as we have reached the maximum number of delegates!

Dear Friends on the EFPC,

Thank you all for a wonderful conference in Riga and for your support in my transition to the Chair of EFPC. I feel honoured and privileged to take on the mantel from Jan. EFPC has achieved so much under his leadership in the last 10 years and I hope I can provide the leadership and fresh perspectives that this change will bring.

During the next 12 months there will be a period of transition where I hope we will strengthen our relationships and start to build our future strategy. I am looking forward immensely to working with you all! I wish you all well in your future endeavours and hope you will continue as members of EFPC.

Thanks again so much for the opportunity, Sally Kendall

Dear EFPC members,

I am delighted to be on board of this new adventure. I am Diana and from the 1st of September of 2016, I will be supporting the EFPC team as a Junior Project Coordinator.
I am fortunate to have the chance to introduce myself in the annual meeting in Riga to all of you that will be attending. I look forward to meet you soon whenever the opportunity arrives. I am passionate for international health and health systems in transition where I believe primary care plays definitely a key role. Consequently, I feel very lucky to have this new challenge ahead and the opportunity to be part of a great team.

The main aims of the EFPC Working Group on Young Primary Care Experts are:
1. To represent young primary care experts in the EFPC; and
2. To contribute to the EFPC working groups dedicated to specific sub-themes in relation to Primary Care
This group provides you the chance to become peers across professional and sectoral boundaries at a young age and early stage in their career!