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"European primary care" Dutch Health Council report from 2004; one of the starting points of the EFPC

Interprofessional Primary Care Research - Organisation of Primary Care

Would there be interest to look into the question: what has been done with the number of recommendations of this 2004 report? Please respond with a comment or linked PIE ...... and respond to the short questions at the poll in the right corner of PIE with on page 88: In a relatively short run, concrete steps to strengthen primary care on a European level could be twofold. First, in the context of the Open Method of Coordination (OMC), a set of...

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PHC reform - communication strategy

Interprofessional Primary Care Research - Organisation of Primary Care

During my research on PHC reform as innovation - implementing multiprofessional teams etc. - I found a lot of evidence for the need of a PHC strategy established by the integration of all involved partners based on a Systems-Thinking-Approach. Follwing this effective communication for providers, patients and all institutions is essential.  The process of the ongoing PHC-reform in Austria is considerably inhibited by insufficient communication an...

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How are research results transferred to interprofessional work in practice effectively?

Organisation of Primary Care - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

Have a look at Leen De Conick's presentation of this year's masterclass!   -> Development of interprofessional guidelines and associated patient booklets  -> Use existing GL and critically appraise the quality  -> Take into account the local situation & propose concrete tools to facilitate the implementation --> Collaborate!    Some questions What are your experiences with interprofessional guidelines?  How to you inform...

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Support to reforms in health workforce field - Initiatives on task-shifting ID: PJ-01-2020-3

Organisation of Primary Care - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

EU call for EU Health Programme Background and purpose of the call: The European health workforce is facing major challenges due to an ageing population, a higher demand of new primary care models and better-integrated and more patient-centred care, and rise of chronic diseases, in a broader context of persistent budgetary constraints. Moreover, the health workforce itself is ageing rapidly while financial cutbacks compound broader migration pa...

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Remote Access Primary Care

Organisation of Primary Care - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

It might be early days to give accurate feedback, since this is still lockdown and our activities are still impaired or rather remote based. I will certainly be watching how this prolonged period  has affected our chronic illhealth patients management. There is some suggestions that the post pandemic will provide more remote consultations. I am still to find relevant information and guidance from professional bodies to support what would then be...

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Interprofessional student assignments in Corona times

Organisation of Primary Care - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

We usually let our interprofessional student groups meet patients in nursing homes and home care, and then they make a care plan for the patients. In these times it may be difficult to send the students out in groups of 5 to the patients. However, I think that the Corona-crisis brings with it many new challenges for primary care/the municipalities. Can anyone suggest challenges that it would be useful to have a group of 5 bright young students (i...

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Webinar on multi professional research in Primary Care

Organisation of Primary Care - Interprofessional Primary Care Research

In our next PRIMORE webinar on Multi-professional research in Primary Care in autumn 2019 we would like to bring together researchers from the different Primary Care professionals. Any research developed by professional groups that helps to identify evidence for the best way to organize Primary Care is welcomed. Ideally we will have several speakers, presenting briefly their research and being interviewed by each other. For now we want to enco...

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