EQuiP Newsletters 2018
Read the 19th EQuiP newsletter here
(May 2018). Keywords: My Best Bratislava Moment (EQuiP 53rd Assembly Meeting), Preventing Overdiagnosis 20-22 August 2018 in Copenhagen and EQuiP Sessions at 23rd WONCA Europe Conference: 1 keynote and 9 workshops.
Read the 18th EQuiP newsletter here
(March 2018). Keywords: 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting, EQuiP Working Groups: Historical overview and outputs, Practice Accreditation: The European Perspective (2011), The introduction of inspections and public ratings in general practice in England: What impact will it have on quality of care? and Increase in Residency Scholarly Activity as a Result of Resident-led Initiative.
Read the 17th EQuiP newsletter here
(December 2017). Keywords: Happy Holidays, Report from EQuiP Working Group on STRUCTURED SMALL GROUP WORK IN PRIAMRY HELATH CARE, EQuiP Position Paper on Equity - a core dimension of Quality in Primary Care, Reflection on an EQuiP meeting (Jo Buchanan) and New Individual Members: Vildan Mevsím (Turkey) and Stephanie Dowling (Ireland).
Read the 16th EQuiP newsletter here
(August 2017). Keywords: Invitation to 52nd and 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting, 5th French EQuiP Summer School Report, 5th Vasco da Gama Movement Forum: Call for Quality and Safety Abstracts, Quality Improvement in General Practice (4 Webinars and link to Slides), Quality Improvement in Healthcare Illustrated in Nine Minutes, and Quality Improvement in Serbia (by Dr Darinka Punosevac).
Read the 15th EQuiP newsletter here
(June 2017). Keywords: Invitation to 53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting, EQuiP Dublin Conference and ePDF, 22nd Wonca Europe Conference: EQuiP Sessions, New Members: Philip-Richard J. Domeyer & John Brennan, 3rd International Meeting on Well-being and Performance in Clinical Practice, and 5th French EQuiP Summer School.
Read the 14th EQuiP newsletter here
(May 2017). Keywords: EQuiP Dublin Conference and ePDF, 20th Nordic Congress of General Practice, 22nd Wonca Europe Conference, New Members: Aneez Esmail & Paul Bowie, EQuiP eHealth Working Group and World Family Doctor Day.
Read the 13th EQuiP newsletter here
(November 2016). Keywords: 25th Anniversary of EQuiP, Interview with Jan van Lieshout + Ivo Smeele and Stijn van den Broek, EQuiP’s 25th Year Anniversary Publications, Interview with Loredana Piloff, EQuiP Working Group on Social Media and Report from #3 VdGM Forum in Jerusalem.
Read the 12th EQuiP newsletter here
(August 2016). Keywords: New International Preventing Overdiagnosis 2016 Conference Partner: EQuiP, Next EQuiP Conferences, EQuiP Interactive Communication Materials, Interview with Elisabeth Stura, Interview with 3 EQuiP delegates, EQuiP Working Group on Social Media, Interview with Ana Nunes Barata and National Updates from Switzerland 2013-2016.
Read the 11th EQuiP newsletter here
(June 2016). Keywords: Next EQuiP Conferences, EQuiP Interactive Communication Materials, WHO and Patient Safety, 4th French EQuiP Summer School, Interview with WONCA President Michael Kidd, WONCA Europe Conference 15-18 June 2016, Interview with Christina Svanholm, EQuiP Working Group on eHealth and New EQuiP Working Group.
Read the 10th EQuiP newsletter here
(May 2016). Keywords: A short history, Interview with Reinhold Glehr, Psychosocial indicators, Interview with Bohumil Seifert and Jan Kovar, SFAMQ - new EQuiP member, The Safe Track of Quality (EQuiP session at WONCA Copenahgen 2016).
Read the 9th EQuiP newsletter here
(January 2016). Keywords: Overview of abstracts for WONCA 2016, three confirmed kyenotes for EQuiP Patient Safety conference in April, new impulses for GP centered health care in Germany, new organisational member: Audit Project Odense.
Read the 7th EQuiP newsletter here
(November 2015). Keywords: Abstracts, letter sent on behalf of WONCA to Collège de la Médecine Générale, the World Book of Family Medicine, the Interactive eGuidebook to Social Media in Family Medicine, my first EQuiP Meeting, WONCA Europe Istanbul Conference presentations and slides & upcoming events.
Read the 6th EQuiP newsletter here
(October 2015). Keywords: New EQuiP delegate from Slovenia, Back to Basics Training Package, QI Webinars, PECC-WE testimonial, 20th WONCA Europe Conference, EQuiP workshops and presentations, EQuiP Summer School report.
Read the 5th EQuiP newsletter here
(September 2015). Keywords: Upcoming EQuiP Meetings & Conferences, 20th WONCA Europe Conference, workshops and presentations, Patient Empowerment in Chronic Conditions - WONCA Europe, testimonial, Nordic Congress of General Practice.
Read the 4th EQuiP newsletter here
(June 2015). Keyworrds: The death of Janko Kersnik, Patient Empowerment in Chronic Conditions - WONCA Europe, testimonial, Knowledge Translation (KT), small group learning, new EQuiP president, Power Points, Conference Online Gallery, New EQuiP delegate from Greece.
EQuiP Newsletters 2013-2014
Read the 3d EQuiP newsletter here
(November 2014). Keyworrds: Digital prescribing, new president of EQuiP, Quality circles conference, patient empowerment e-learning, interprofessional management of patients, WONCA 2015, EQuiP Summer Schools 2014 and Antibiotics.
Read the 2nd EQuiP newsletter here
(May 2014). Keywords: The changing agenda of EQuiP, Equity, WONCA 2014 conference, members, patient empowerment, Quality circles, EQuiP Summer Schools 2013-14, Quality work in Croatia, inGPinQI courses and tools.
Read the very 1st EQuiP newsletter here
(September 2013). Keywords: The opening of EQuiP, memberships and members, inGPinQI project, Quality work in Estonia, Quality in Family Medicine Book of Tools.
Communication Campaign: EQuiP 25 Year Anniversary Articles
As you may know, 2016 was a very special year for Quality and Safety in General Practice/Family Medicine: EQuiP could celebrate its 25th Year Anniversary. For this reason, the Quality and Safety Network launched a campaign where national articles were published all across Europe, telling the tale of EQuiP's endeavours.
Interactive Communication and Learning Resources: EQuiP ePDF
EQuiP has a solid tradition for producing and publishing ePDFs - please download and access them by using Adobe Reader or similar software: