Primary Care for children

Children are a fifth of Europe’s population; they are citizens, future workers, future parents and carers, and the future elderly population. Yet they are dependent on society providing effective primary care, which provides some 90% of all health contact, and there has been little research into how well current services do this.

Hence, dentifying and critically assessing the differing models of child primary health care that are used across Europe is the leading objective with a focus on the added value of interprofessional collaboration.

Theme coordinator: Maria-Louisa Busuttil