Summary of 8 planned workshops General questions to the panelists Panelists Debate Conclusions and final remarks by the President of the EFPC
Panel Debate PC quality related with costs (QUALICOPC, NIVEL) Multimorbidity and interprofessional collaboration (EuroPharmForum) Interprofessional Education for Primary Care professionals (Jan Van Es Institute) Future impact of coninuity on quality of care within Primary Care (Goteborg University)
Panel Debate Quality indicators for Primary Care (Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being Primary Health and Prison Health Systems Expert Group) The European legacy of Prof. Barbara Starfield. (EFPC & Johns Hopkins ACG System) PHC in the cnter as part of integrated care against the background of NCD/mental health burden (WHO European Regional Office) Inequity by diagnosis (WHO CC for Primary Care)
Quality of service provision; costs, Accces ad equity in PC 1993 GP Task Profile Study PHAMEU Database OECD HEQUI OECD HEALTH EQUITY PROJECT System of health accounts New: QUALICOCP GP survey and QUALICOPC Patients survey Content of the workshop
WORKSHOP Interprofessional Education for Primary Care professionals LOES VAN AMSTERDAM
WORKSHOP Future impact of continuity on quality of care within PC CECILIA BJORKELUND Andy Maun JdeM Katrhyn Hoffmann Anna Maria Murante
WORKSHOP Main topics Continutity of Care Typology Multimorbidity, goal-oriented care and equitiy The future of continuity
AIGARS MIEZITIS WORKSHOP Quality indicators for Primary Care (Northern Dimension Partnership in Public Health and Social Well-being Primary Health and Prison Health Systems Expert Group)
The NDPHS is a cooperative effort of 10 governments, the European Commission and eight international organisations. It provides a forum for concerted action to tackle challenges to health and social well- being in the Northern Dimension area.Northern Dimension area
The European legacy of Prof. Barbara Starfield GIORGIO VICENTIN KARIN KINDER WORKSHOP
Division of Health Systems and Public Health WHO Regional Office for Europe WORKSHOP PHC in the center as part of integrated care agains the background of NCD/mental health burden HANS KLUGE, Director Division of Health Systems and Public Health CHRISTINE BEEREPOOT, Advisor Primary health care Division of Health Systems and Public Health
WHO/Europe supports Member States in reforming primary health care within the framework of their overall health system reforms. 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. Evidence-based evaluation of primary health care in Republic of MoldovaWHO/Europe strengthens ties with collaborating centres in Croatia Evidence-based evaluation of primary health care in Republic of MoldovaWHO/Europe strengthens ties with collaborating centres in Croatia Primary care structure and provision in Romania: report launched Primary care structure and provision in Romania: report launched Family doctors in Tajikistan receive public recognition Netherlands collaborating centre working on new approach to primary care Netherlands collaborating centre working on new approach to primary care Instrument to map management of noncommunicable diseases in primary care under development Instrument to map management of noncommunicable diseases in primary care under development
Workshop Multimorbodity and Interprofessional Collaboration DICK TROMP
WORKSHOP Inequity by diagnosis JAN DE MAESENEER WHO Collaborating Centres for Primary Care
? 1 What are the common points between these workshops ?
? 2 Principles of the health system and principles of primary care? Do they fit in with the policies of 2012?
? 3 Is there any room for innovaton in Primary Care? Where are we going?
Prof. Vicente Ortún (tbc) Dr. Antoni Peris (tbc) Mr. Tino Martí (tbc) Prof. Marianne Samuelson (tbc) Prof. Peter Groenewegen Prof. Jan De Maeseneer Mr. Diederik Aarendonk and …….. The Scientific Committee Barcelona2014
Dr. Toni Dedeu Dr. Antoni Peris Mr. Tino Martí Mr. Diederik Aarendonk Ms. Anouk Faassen The Organizing Committee Barcelona2014
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