EFPC Webinar WHO Integrated health services delivery transformations for people-centered health systems 19 September @ 12.30 p.m (Netherlands time)

 

Primary health care is health care received in the community, usually from family doctors, community nurses, staff in local clinics or other health professionals. It should be universally accessible to individuals and families by means acceptable to them, with their full participation and at a cost that the community and country can afford.

WHO/Europe supports Member States in reforming primary health care within the framework of their overall health system reforms.In this webinar you will get the chance to hear inputs from Hans Kluge, Director of the Division of Health Systems and Public Health at WHO Europe,where he will talk about the WHO European Centre for Primary Health Care (WECPHC) and its’ support to integrated health services delivery transformations for people

 

Biography

 

Dr Hans Kluge is a Belgian-trained medical doctor with a master’s degree in public health. Having worked in Somalia, Liberia and Siberia (in the prison system), and been based in the WHO Country Office in Myanmar and in the WHO Office of the Special Representative of the Director-General in the Russian Federation, Dr Kluge has a broad background in health systems, public health and infectious diseases.

He moved to WHO/Europe in 2009, beginning as unit head for country policies and systems and has since worked as the Special Representative of the Regional Director to prevent and combat M/XDR-TB in the WHO European Region and since 2010 as Director, Division of Health Systems and Public Health.

 

 

19 September, 2017 at 12.30 p.m.  (Netherlands time)

 

Free Registration! Send us your interest at info@euprimarycare.org

 (Max 100 participants, don't miss your spot)