The EFPC Working Group for Young Primary Care Experts (You&EFPC) is a sub-committee of European Forum for Primary Care.
The main aims of the EFPC Working Group for Young Primary Care Experts are
1. To represent young primary care experts in the EFPC
2. To contribute to the EFPC working groups dedicated to specific sub-themes about Primary Care such as Interprofessional Education, Mental Health, Community Health Centers, etc….
The initial working group started in January 2016 focusing on the following activities:
1. Explore a clear role and way of involvement for young PC experts in the EFPC
2.Creation of a business model of the process and content of the integration of the young experts in the EFPC
3. The implementation of the business model agreed with the EFPC Executive Board
6-7 members constitute the initial group. Besides, senior members of EFPC can be regularly consulted to review the progress, and EFPC secretariat provides support to the group activities and meetings. The working group meets approximately every two months (mainly online) and requires a few hours of voluntary (unpaid) work.
Due to the excellent work of this group. Last year it took place the first You&EFPC conference meeting, which took place on the previous day to the opening of the main EFPC conference in Porto 2017.
Several young primary care professionals came together to participate in a workshop and develop jointly the PORTO Charter which afterwards young experts introduced within the main conference
In continuation of the previous encounters, this year is also expected to take place the You&EFPC meeting in Slovenia 2020 during the EFPC pre-conference (a programme of this day will be available soon so stay tuned).
The participants of the working group will receive
1.Certificate of participation
2.Access to interact with leading European Experts in Primary Care
3.Access to the You&EFPC LinkedIn group
4.Have the possibility of representing You&EFPC within different EU networks or events
Don´t doubt anymore and join this exciting and dynamic WG which will give you the opportunity of representing Young Primary Care students and professionals in your sector. If you like what you see, and want to know more, we look forward to hearing from you!
Ans if you still have any question or interest in joining this group you can contact the main representative:
Andrea Canini (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or you can also send us an e-mail to email@example.com