First Announcement: 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting 22-24 March 2018 in Bratislava, Slovakia

"Come and share your experiences - come and listen to stories of colleagues from other countries. You will see how things are similar and different at the same time. We really look forward to another inspiring meeting with you all." (Dr. Piet Vanden Bussche, EQuiP President)

First Announcement: 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting 22-24 March 2018 in Bratislava, Slovakia

Happy New Year! It is my privilege and pleasure to invite you to #1 European Congress of General Practitioners ever.
 
Conference Theme: General Practice: Cornerstone for Health Care of Highest Quality
We will have an opportunity to share ideas, insights, and to discuss the 3 topics of the Congress, chosen as they are the areas with the greatest potential for improvement in Slovakia at the moment:
  • The Quality of Education affects quality, safety, efficiency and effectiveness of Health Care: How to improve Teaching in Quality and Safety?
  • Does eHealth improve the Quality and Safety of Care in General Practice?
  • Can GPs reduce or prevent overdiagnosis and overtreatment?
6 Keynotes
We are very happy to be able to welcoming cutting edge colleagues and keynotes - such as Zalika Klemenc Ketiš, Jaime Correia de Sousa, Ilkka Kunnamo, Harris Lygidakis, John Brodersen, and Adrian Rohrbasser - who have long been focusing on quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare in different European countries. http://equip2018.sk/keynote_speakers.php
 
Call To Action
Please repeat what 17 of your European and 12 of your Slovakian colleagues have already done before Christmas: Register for the 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting 22-24 March 2018 in Bratislava. http://equip2018.sk/index.php#registration
 
Hopefully, you will also be sharing this First Announcement within your professional network...just imagine what would and could happen, if every each one of you recruited 1 more participant!
 
I am looking forward to your participation and rich discussions about the three topics mentioned that may contribute to improving the status of general practitioners and general practice in Slovakia - and at the same time to improving healthcare for our patients.
 
With best wishes,
Dr. Krnáč Štefan
Meeting President & Member of Council Slovak GP Society
Slovak national delegate in EQuiP, EFPC and EMA
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