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EQuiP 53rd Assembly Meeting Bratislava, 2018
My Best Bratislava Moment, Claire Marie Thomas (VdGM):
Meeting new colleagues, being exposed to the progress in areas such as eHealth and overdiagnosis, fascinating and a lot of food for thought!
My Best Bratislava Moment, Carlos Martin (EUROPREV):
It's difficult to choose one... all moments were good. Building bridges among family medicine networks was the best moment for me!
EQuiP Sessions at 23rd WONCA Europe Conference 24-27 May 2018 in Kraków, Poland
 
ARE WE ALL EQUAL? SOCIAL DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE IN EUROPE
Author: Sara Willems.
 
 
DEPRESCRIBING AS A PATIENT SAFETY TOOL IN PRIMARY CARE
Authors: María-Pilar Astier-Peña, Jose-Miguel, Bueno-Ortiz, Maria-Rosario Fernandez-Garcia & Josep-Maria Vilaseca.
 
DOCTOR’S PERSPECTIVE ON PERSONCENTEREDNESS IN PRIMARY CARE
Authors: Jan van Lieshout, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Erika Zelko & Zlata Ozvacic Adzic.
 
ENSURING THE DELIVERY OF QUALITY OF CARE IN TIMES OF HIGH WORKLOAD - USING THE EXAMPLE OF MANAGING A PANDEMIC
Authors: Jo Buchanan (EURACT), M. Matusova & Tuomas Koskela (Duodecim).
 
INTEGRATED CARE PLANS FOR PATIENT ENGAGEMENT & CARE COORDINATION
Authors: Ilkka Kunnamo & Tuomas Koskela.
 
MEASURING QUALITY FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE – NEW APPROACHES AND NEW TOOLS
Authors: Tuomas Koskela, Ilkka Kunnamo, Emil Heinäaho & Piet Vanden Bussche.
 
OVERDIAGNOSIS AND QUATERNARY PREVENTION - POLICY AND PRACTICE IN THE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Authors: Sigurdsson, Bulc, Vinker, Rochfort, Visentin, Bueno-Ortiz, Dijkastra.
 
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT: SIGNIFICANT EVENT ANALYSIS (SEA) AS A TEACHING TOOL
Authors: Jo Buchanan (EURACT) & Piet Vanden Bussche (EQuiP).
 
THE EQUIP CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON ‘EQUITY - AN ESSENTIAL DIMENSION OF QUALITY IN PRIMARY CARE’
Author: Hector Falcof. Link to EQuiP Consensus Statement.
 
TO GET INVOLVED IN THE ORGANIZATION OF PRIMARY CARE AT THE LOCO-REGIONAL (MESO) LEVEL
Authors: Hector Falcoff, Piet Vanden Bussche & Léa Pellerin.
 
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Ulrik Bak Kirk
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