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Bergen 2021 EFPC conference replaced by an online conference

2021-06-11T11:58:15+00:00

Bergen EFPC 2021 conference Unfortunately we have bad news….. Due to all uncertainties regarding travel to, and convening large events, in Norway we have made the decision to cancel the onsite meeting in Bergen and concentrate ourselves on an online conference. The same dates, 6 & 7 September, will be reserved and we will make [...]

Bergen 2021 EFPC conference replaced by an online conference2021-06-11T11:58:15+00:00

EFPC announcing the new chair!

2021-05-04T11:19:28+00:00

Dear EFPC members, The Executive Board is pleased to announce the nomination of Prof Maria van den Muijsenbergh as the  new EFPC chair for the upcoming years. Due to the fact that Prof Sally Kendall is ending her second term as Executive Board member, a new chair had to be identified. The choice for [...]

EFPC announcing the new chair!2021-05-04T11:19:28+00:00

Vacancy EFPC Executive Board

2021-05-04T10:34:39+00:00

Dear EFPC members, We can announce a vacancy on the executive board, for which we would like to find someone who shares our vision for high quality, interprofessional primary care throughout Europe! For this vacancy  we have developed a detailed profile in order to strenghten the Board with specific expertise. The initial term will [...]

Vacancy EFPC Executive Board2021-05-04T10:34:39+00:00

EFPC acts as one of the Allies Improving Primary Health Care

2020-10-29T08:57:15+00:00

EFPC acts as one of the Allies Improving Primary Health Care An empowered, vocal and engaged community, uniting to achieve reliable and resilient primary health care which started a global campaign named "#StrongwithPHC". Together with AfroPHC, AMREF, WONCA, JHPIEGO and many other linked networks we are uniting behind strong primary health care [...]

EFPC acts as one of the Allies Improving Primary Health Care2020-10-29T08:57:15+00:00

Online Focus Groups on collateral damage caused by health care systems in COVID-19 mode

2020-04-23T13:38:30+00:00

On the issue of “collateral damage” we are organizing two focus group discussions next week Wednesday 8 April in an online webinar format. First one at 12:30 CET and the second one at 19:00 CET. The focus group discussions will be led by our Austrian colleagues from the University of Graz, Martin Sprenger and [...]

Online Focus Groups on collateral damage caused by health care systems in COVID-19 mode2020-04-23T13:38:30+00:00
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