EFPC Webinar: Austrian Primary Care (21 February 2017 @ 12.30 CET)

The European Forum for Primary Care are organising their next webinar on the 21.02.2017, 12:30 (CET).

Reforms within Austrian primary care system try to changed its classical delivery approach where predominantly you could find GPs working as single-handed practitioners on a FFS-payment scheme towards a more multi-professional and interdisciplinary cooperation. Send an e-mail to info@euprimarycare.org for registration.

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Webinar “Disability policy in the EU”

ENIL (European Network on Independent Living) organises the webinar “Disability Policy in the EU” on 23rd February at 19.00h CET. Frank Sioen, ENIL Advocacy Officer, will lead the event to which everybody interested is invited! The current negotiations around the European Accessibility Act, among other topics, will be discussed. In order to register, please send an email to dilyana.deneva@enil.eu by 20 February. Please include your name, age and country of residence in your email.

European Brain Cuncil at TEDex Brussels

European Brain Council’s president Prof. David Nutt will be one of the presenters at the upcoming TEDx Brussels event on the 6th March.

The theme of 2017 event will be “No limits” – the world-class “speakers and artists will be forced to leave their comfort zone and take the audience into a breath-taking experience without borders”.

The event will take place at BOZAR and will start at 2pm. We do not know the exact timing of Prof. David Nutt’s talk and should you be interested, we will communicate this to you as soon as it is announced.

Visit www.tedxbrussels.eu for more information.

EFPC Webinar November 17

The European Forum for Primary Care invites to a webinar:

Peter Groenewegen executive board member of EFPC and professor at the Netherlands Inst Health Service Research (NIVEL), will present a webinar, titled Primary Care Models for Tackling Multimorbidity. In this webinar Peter will address the problem of fragmentation of health care. He will present information on programmes in EU countries to integrate care for patients with multiple chronic diseases, based on information collected in an European study – the ICARE4EU study. The potential for improvement according to patients in the important areas of continuity, comprehensiveness and patient involvement will be presented on the basis of the QUALICOPC study. Finally, Peter will touch upon the issue of the transferability of practices from one country to another.

Webinar 17 November 2016, 12.30 p.m. (Amsterdam time); Maximum 100 participants!

For registration,please send an e-mail to info@euprimarycare.org

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