The first preparations for the 29/30 Sept - 1 Oct Nanterre conference have started. #EFPC2019

The key-note speakers are identified: Sara Willems, Armin Fidler and Charlotte Marchandise

The call for abstracts is closed after having received more than 125 abstracts! Thanks for all those interesting contributions!

And the first workshops have been claimed by our members like a full afternoon program on leadership development on Sunday by the Harvard Medical School Center for Primary Care.

Don't miss it, be there! Registration is open!

Primary care is significantly impacted by caring for increasingly complex populations. Effectively managing aging patients and chronic conditions requires that primary care professionals acquire new skills to build engaged teams in primary care to help “share the care.” Moving to more team-based models requires primary care professionals to assume leadership roles and have a clear vision to guide their team.

  • What do you want to change for a better mental health service in primary care?
  • What is, in your opinion, the most urgent problem related to mental healthcare?
  • Does the problem lie with the inequality of the model of care, or something else?
  • Where are the solutions?

Join the webinar about the European Forum for Primary Care (EFPC) Position Statement of Mental Health in Primary Care!

The UN High-Level Meeting (UN HLM) on Universal Health Coverage will take place on 23 September 2019 during the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) high-level week.

The EFPC has been approved as a non-governmental organisation to participate in an interactive, multi-stakeholder hearing on universal health coverage (UHC) on 29 April, in preparation for the UN General Assembly's (UNGA) High-level Meeting on UHC.

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