79 Peer-Reviewed Activities (2018-2016)

The Safe EQuiP Track of Quality for 23rd Wonca Europe Conference 2018 (Krakow)

1x Keynote presentation
ARE WE ALL EQUAL? SOCIAL DIFFERENCES IN HEALTH AND HEALTH CARE IN EUROPE
Sara Willems.
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
11x Workshops
DEPRESCRIBING AS A PATIENT SAFETY TOOL IN PRIMARY CARE
María-Pilar Astier-Peña, Jose Miguel Bueno Ortiz, Maria-Rosario Fernandez-Garcia & Josep-Maria Vilaseca.
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety.
 
DOCTOR’S PERSPECTIVE ON PERSONCENTEREDNESS IN PRIMARY CARE
Jan van Lieshout, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš, Erika Zelko & Zlata Ožvačić Adžić.
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
ENHANCING RESEARCH CAPACITY IN FAMILY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAMMES: EGPRN, EURACT, EUROPA, EQuiP & VDGM
Ferdinando Petrazzuoli, Shlomo Vinker, Mehmet Ungan, Sonata Varvuolyte, Zalika Klemenc-Ketiš , Claire Marie Thomas, Ana Luisa  Neves, Veronika Rasic, Jean Pierre Jacquet & Donata Kurpas.
 
ENSURING THE DELIVERY OF QUALITY OF CARE IN TIMES OF HIGH WORKLOAD - USING THE EXAMPLE OF MANAGING A PANDEMIC
Jo Buchanan, Maria Matusova, Tuomas Koskela & Pavlo Kolesnik.
 
INTEGRATED CARE PLANS FOR PATIENT ENGAGEMENT & CARE COORDINATION
Authors: Ilkka Kunnamo & Tuomas Koskela.
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
MEASURING QUALITY FOR QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE – NEW APPROACHES AND NEW TOOLS
Tuomas Koskela, Ilkka Kunnamo, Emil Heinäaho & Piet Vanden Bussche.
Related to EQuiP #3 Working Group on Indicators.
 
MULTI-NETWORK COLLABORATIVE STUDY (VDGM-EGPRN-EURACT-EQUIP)
ANA LUISA NEVES, BERK GEROGLU, ClLAIRE MARIE THOMAS, VERONICA RASIC, RALUCA ZOITANU, RADOST ASENOVA, NELE MICHELS, ZLATA OZVACIC, ROAR  MAARGAAD & MEHMET UNGAN.
 
OVERDIAGNOSIS AND QUATERNARY PREVENTION - POLICY AND PRACTICE IN THE EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Johann Sigurdsson, Mateja Bulc, Shlomo Vinker, Andrée Rochfort, Giorgio Visentin, Jose Miguel Bueno Ortiz & Rob Dijkstra.
 
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT: SIGNIFICANT EVENT ANALYSIS (SEA) AS A TEACHING TOOL
Jo Buchanan & Piet Vanden Bussche.
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
THE EQUIP CONSENSUS STATEMENT ON ‘EQUITY - AN ESSENTIAL DIMENSION OF QUALITY IN PRIMARY CARE’
Hector Falcoff, Piet Vanden Bussche & Sara Willems. Link to EQuiP Consensus Statement.
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
TO GET INVOLVED IN THE ORGANIZATION OF PRIMARY CARE AT THE LOCO-REGIONAL (MESO) LEVEL
Hector Falcoff, Piet Vanden Bussche & Léa Pellerin.
 

53rd EQuiP Assembly Meeting, 23-24 March 2018 (Bratislava): 
GP - corner stone for health care of high quality 

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3x Keynote presentations
How to teach quality and safe family medicine?
Zalika Klemenc Ketiš.
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
Health IT for empowering citizens & health professionals
lkka Kunnamo.
Related to EQuiP #1 Working Group on eHealth.
 
Navigating the Sea of Overtreatment: How to Practice Informed Decision-Making in the Face of Uncertainty?
Adrian Rohrbasser.
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
1x Oral Presentation 
Development of Clinical Risk Assessment Tool of Osteoporosis (OSTEORISKAPP) Using Syndromic Approach
Vildan Mevsim.
 
5x Workshops 
Designing the role of the GP (general practitioner/family physician) within integrated healthcare services 2018 and beyond
Andrée Rochfort & Isabelle Dupie.
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
Using Significant Event Analysis in teaching quality and safety to family medicine trainees
Zlata Ozvacic Adzic.
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
The joy of quality indicators in small groups
Eva Arvidsson & Adrian Rohrbasser.
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
Doctor’s perspective on person-centeredness in primary care
Jan van Lieshout.
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
Equity of Primary Care: The EQuiP Consensus Statement
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 

The Safe Quality Track for 22nd Wonca Europe Conference 2017 (Prague)

3x Oral Presentations
How can we organize social accountable primary care?
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
Personalized self-management support based on an assessment of barriers for self-management and the social support network
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
Effectiveness of a medication adherence tool with personalized support
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
8x Workshops 
Deprescribing as a patient safety tool in primary care - a joint WWPQSFM & EQUIP & GdT semFYC Seguridad del Paciente workshop
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety.
 
How do different countries handle quality indicator data and what can we learn from each other?
Related to EQuiP #3 Working Group on Indicators.
 
Low back pain. A multidisciplinary approach
 
Mental health and safety - a joint EUROPREV, EQuiP and Wonca SIGFV (Family Violence) Workshop
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety.
 
Safety inequalities related to socio-economic status: How primary care may reduce them?
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
Teaching quality and safety to family medicine trainees – best practice examples
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
The aftermath of adverse effects in primary care: interventions to reduce its impact on health care teams - a joint WWPQSFM & EQUIP & GdT semFYC Seguri- dad del Paciente workshop
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
Work stress and job burnout can compromise patient safety and quality of care: How do Wonca Europe member organisations support general practitioners?
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 

20th Nordic Congress of General Practice 2017 (Reykjavik) 

1x Workshop
Quality Improvement in the Nordic Countries - Cases from Denmark, Norway, and Sweden
 

#3 Vasco da Gama Movement Forum, September 2016 (Jerusalem)

1x Moderated debate
Medical volunteering: A help or a hinderance?
 
1x Workshop
Measuring Diabetic Care: What Are Good Indicators?
 

The Safe Quality Track for 21st Wonca Europe Conference 2016 (Copenhagen)

3x ePosters
The development of QCs for quality improvement in Europe: a qualitative study 
By Adrian Rohrbasser (CH) & Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
The development of QCs for quality improvement in Europe from 2003 to 2015 
By Adrian Rohrbasser (CH) & Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
Practice support for patients with chronic conditions 
By Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK), Jochen Gensichen (D) & Andree Rochfort (IE)
Related to EQuiP #5 Working Group on Personalized Primary Care.
 
1x Oral presentation
How can we help GPs cope better with adverse events in practice (Second Victim Syndrome)?
By Andrée Rochfort (IE)
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
3x Posters
EQuiP Summer Schools 
By Zalika Klemenc-Ketis (SL), Andre Nguyen Van Nhieu (FR) & Ulrik Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
The Interactive ePDF to Social Media in Family Medicine 
By Ulrik Kirk (DK) & VdGM
Related to EQuiP #6 Working Group on Social Media.
 
Exploring why quality circles work in primary health care: a realist review 
By Adrian Rohrbasser (CH)
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
1x Symposium
The PRIMA-eDS electronic decision support system – a multinational European project
By Graziano Onder (IT) & Ilkka Kunnamo (FI)
Related to EQuiP #1 Working Group on eHealth.
 
11x Workshops
A future vision for development of and collaboration between the Networks of WONCA Europe
By Peter Sloane (IE), Mehmet Ungan (TR), Piet Vanden Bussche (BE), Tanja Pekez-Pavlisko (HR) & Mateja Bulc (SI)
 
Barriers and facilitators to implementation of clinical practice guidelines
By Esra Meltem Koc (TR) & Zekeriya Aktürk (TR)
 
Being a good-enough GP for non-heterosexual people (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people)
By Janecke Thesen (NO), Gunnar F Olsen (NO) & Mari Bjørkman (NO)
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
Doctor Avatar life lessons for health professionals: a workshop exploring failure to appraise social media outcomes
By Peter Sloane (IE), Zelal Akbayin (TR) & Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #6 Working Group on Social Media.
 
Health inequalities related to socio-economic status: How primary care may reduce them?
By Hector Falcoff (FR), Piet Vanden Bussche (BE) & Sara Willems (BE)
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
Measuring diabetic care: What are good indicators?
By Piet Vanden Bussche (BE) & Johan Wens (BE)
Related to EQuiP #3 Working Group on Indicators.
 
Overdiagnosis and patient harm or how unsafe is striving for certainty?
By Adrian Rohrbasser (CH) & Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
Quality improvement 2.0: Online Journal Club meets Family Medicine Change Makers' Tweetchat
Andre Nguyen Van Nhieu (FR), Ulrik Kirk (DK), Patrick Reichel (AT) & Claire Marie Thomas (UK)
Related to EQuiP #6 Working Group on Social Media.
 
The development of quality circles for quality improvement in Europe: a mixed methods study involving 26 European countries 
By Adrian Rohrbasser (CH), &Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #7 Working Group on Structured Small Group Work in Primary Care.
 
The (online) patient will see you now, Doc: primary health care for all through telehealth
By Luis Pinho-Costa (PT), Peter A Sloane (IE), Charilaos Lygidakis (IT), Raluca Zoitanu (RO), Raquel Gomez Bravo (ES), Zelal Akbayin (TR) & Ulrik Bak Kirk (DK)
Related to EQuiP #6 Working Group on Social Media.
 
What do patients expect from eHealth? - let the patients tell us! 
By Ilkka Kunnamo (FI), Ynse de Boer (DK) & Piet Vanden Bussche (BE)
Related to EQuiP #1 Working Group on eHealth.
 

49th EQuiP Assembly Meeting, 22-23 April 2016 (Prague): 
Patient Safety

1x Keynote presentation
Patient Safety in Primary Care in the past, now, and in the future
Aneez Ismail, United Kingdom
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
5x Oral presentations
Don’t assume that your patient is straight
By Janecke Thesen and Gunnar Olsen, Norway
Related to EQuiP #2 Working Group on Equity.
 
Inappropriate medication in nursing home residents – How to improve medication safety?
By Guido Schmiemann, Germany
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
Patient safety for patients with chronic diseases
By Eva Arvidsson, Sweden
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
Patient safety in primary care in Hungary
By László Róbert Kolozsvári, Hungary
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
Strengthening capacities to improve quality and patient safety in Czech Republic Primary Care 
By Bohumil Seifert, Czech Republic
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
5x Workshop
Assessment by GPs of a GPs capacity to deliver healthcare which is safe for them and their patients
By Andree Rochfort, Ireland & Zlata Ožvačić Adžić, Croatia
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
EQuiP’s Patient Safety Culture Survey
By Isabelle Dupie, France
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.
 
How to deal with unintended events?
By Piet vanden Bussche, Belgium
Related to EQuiP #8 Working Group on Teaching Quality.
 
How to measure patient safety?
By Aneez Ismail, United Kingdom & Ynse de Boer, Denmark
Related to EQuiP #3 Working Group on Indicators.
 
What is Patients Safety in Primary Care?
By Ynse de Boer, Denmark
Related to EQuiP #4 Working Group on Patient Safety/Professional Health.