"EQuiP strongly advises that all primary care professionals are trained in the importance of the social determinants of health, community oriented care, dealing with diversity, and interprofessional collaboration. This should be further strengthened in continuous professional development programs." (EQuiP position paper on Equity in Primary Care, #10)
EQuiP wants to do much more than just launching its new position paper on Equity in Primary Care.
EQuiP wants to bring you Examples & Cases to better illustrate the 11 principles in the position paper.
Through the 2 delegates from Norway, we wish to illustrate a case about health care for trans people: