The EFPC welcomes two new Premium Members, the University of East Anglia based in  Norwich, United Kingdom and Primary Health Care Research & Information Service (PHC RIS) based at the Flinders University in Bedford, Australia. We appreciate the support and look forward to enjoying effective working relations including stimulating Primary Care research programmes. And we hope others will follow this initiative to secure the voice of Primary Care will be heard in Europe.

Today, 18 October, the EFPC secretariat provided a response to the WHO Health in All policy approach endorsed by its' members.

European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC) response on the draft Health in All Policies Definition for the 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion

 

 

In the framework of a multi country study-visit to the Netherlands and Belgium on the 24th and 25th of September, organized by the European Forum for Primary Care, a delegation from the Shanghai Health Development Research Center visited Ghent, Utrecht and Den Bosch for an introduction in the Belgian and Dutch Health Care system and to focus on the provision of primary care and the interface with homecare.

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!

Everywhere in Europe the EFPC is able to organize  Multi Country Study Visits; check the folder for more information to make yourself familiar with Danish or Slovenian Primary Care developments. But also our Catalan and Latvian members are very much willing to host you and your colleagues!
Interested? Please contact the EFPC secretariat to receive a custome-made proposal.

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