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Webinar PHCR&D

Webinar "Primary Health Care Research and Development Journal" The EFPC will be hosting a webinar presenting the Cambridge University Press journal: Primary Health Care Research and Development, on the 16th of December, at 13:00h(CET) All position papers, editorials and other articles published within this journal are aimed [...]

EFPC 2019 Nanterre conference

Preparations for the 29/30 Sept - 1 Oct Nanterre conference are ongoing. #EFPC2019 The key-note speakers are identified: Sara Willems, Armin Fidler and Charlotte Marchandise The call for abstracts is closed after having received more than 125 abstracts! Thanks for all those interesting [...]

ORAMMA Project Final Event

ORAMMA Project Final Event Thursday 28th February,2019. 10.30-15.30 Maastricht University Campus (Brussels,Belgium) Free Registration The event will feature an overview of the project and its products, a report on the findings of the systematic review and training implementation, [...]

EFPC Webinar Imbalances in rural primary care: the risk of a primary care vacuum in the rural and remote areas (19 Nov @ 12.30 p.m. Dutch time)

EFPC Webinar: Imbalances in rural primary care: the risk of a primary care vacuum in rural and remote areas Rural and remote areas have an ageing population, with increasing health needs and a shrinking carrying capacity for community [...]

Attracting and retaining primary care providers in remote rural areas. As members of EFPC you can help to answer these questions

Many countries have problems in attracting and retaining primary care workers in remote rural areas. This is not restricted to large countries; also small countries experience these problems. The Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research (NIVEL)  is currently [...]

Synopsis CHSS hosts EFPC-Kent European Symposium 2018 Integrating Primary and Community Care: an international perspective: 2 March 2018, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge

Our spring EFPC symposium in Canterbury had promised sunshine and daffodils. Instead the long-awaited event was hindered by some of the coldest weather in Europe. Snow closed airports and train stations as the ‘Beast from the East' gave [...]

EFPC invited by the EU Commissioner on Health & Food safety, Dr Andriukaitis (Editorial by Diederik Aarendonk, EFPC Coordinator)

Earlier this month on the 3rd of May the EFPC, together with their colleagues in the HTA Health Care Professionals group (EUPHA, PGEU, CPME, among others), was invited by Dr. Andriukaitis and his staff to discuss issues connected [...]

WHO European Regional Office journal Public Health Panorama* will publish a special issue on primary health care (Deadline 20 June 2018)

Primary health care is celebrating a big birthday this year, marking 40 years since the signing of the Declaration of Alma-Ata. On this occasion, the WHO European Regional Office journal Public Health Panorama* will publish a special issue on [...]

Webinar Communication & Intercultural Issues: Research, Education and Practice (17 April at 12.30 p.m. Netherlands time).

David Smith, Director at the International Network of Health Workforce Education, will present on the latest innovations in communication and intercultural training at European, national and local level. Health professionals are dealing with constant changes to both the health [...]

EFPC Webinar Operational Refugee and Migrant Maternal Approach (ORAMMA Project). Tuesday March 20 ,2018 at 12.30 P.M. (Netherlands time)

This Webinar will provide an overview of the ORAMMA project, which is developing an integrated, mother and woman centered, culturally oriented and evidence based approach for all phases of the migrant and refugee women perinatal healthcare, including detection of [...]

Healthcare in the EU: Expert Panel on Health publishes 3 opinions to help guide policy makers

The independent Expert Panel on effective ways of investing in health has adopted three Opinions related to access to healthcare, innovative payment models for high-cost innovative medicines and performance of primary care. The Opinion on innovative payment models for high-cost innovative medicines analyses how [...]



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