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    • Education and training in general practice/family medicine : report on a WHO workshop, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, 21-23 October 1997 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/DLVR 01 03 02, 1998)‎
      The Workshop was convened to discuss the introduction of the subject of general practice/family medicine (‎GP/FM)‎ into undergraduate medical education and the establishment of specialist training schemes at postgraduate level in the newly independent states (‎NIS)‎ of the former USSR. Other objectives were to review the experience of the participating countries, to give participants the opportunity of learning from each other, and to establish a network whereby developments in strengthening GP/FM would be regularly reviewed. The participants, who ...
    • The European Forum of Medical Associations and WHO : report on a WHO meeting, Stockholm, Sweden, 1-2 February 1996 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/CORD 94 03/MT08, 1996)‎
      The fifth meeting of the European Forum of Medical Associations and WHO was attended by representatives of 54 medical associations and observers from supranational associations and newly formed national medical associations (‎NMAs)‎ from the newly independent states (‎NIS)‎ and countries of central and eastern Europe (‎CCEE)‎. After a review of health in the European Region that concentrated on the NIS and the CCEE, the Forum participants considered the consequences for medical education and practice of such factors as trends in litigation and medical ...
    • Family practice development strategies : report on the second WHO Meeting of the Expert Network, Warsaw, Poland 23-25 October 1995 

      WHO Meeting of the Expert Network (‎2nd: 1995: Warsaw, Poland)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/GPDV 94 02 02, 1995)‎
      Regulations governing health care delivery are changing; accountability for the cost of services and their effectiveness is increasing while expectations of and demands from users are growing. These and other factors are influencing the manner in which primary health care is delivered today. Qualified family practice, as the basis for first contact with the health care system is the preferred model in many countries of the European Region. However, the challenge of how to adequately train for family practice is still to be met. While the first ...
    • Family practice development strategies : report on the third WHO Meeting of the Expert Network, Istanbul, Turkey, 23-25 February 1997 

      WHO Meeting of the Expert Network on Family Pratice Development Strategies (‎3rd: 1997: Istanbul, Turkey)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/DLVR 01 02 04, 1997)‎
      The Expert Network on Family Practice Development Strategies was established to give its participants, who come from countries that are in the process of establishing or strengthening General Practice/Family Medicine (‎GP/FM)‎, the opportunity to exchange experiences and learn from each other. Experts from 13 countries participated in the Third Meeting (‎Istanbul, 23-25 February 1997)‎, where the integration of newly trained or retrained family physicians into the health care system was discussed. Among the obstacles to the successful integration of ...
    • Fourth meeting of the St. Petersburg Initiative for Education and Training in General Practice and Family Medicine : report on a WHO meeting, Minsk, Belarus 12-14 October 2000 

      St. Petersburg Initiative for Education and Training in General Practice and Family Medicine. Meeting (‎4th: 2000: Minsk, Belarus)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/01/5020876, 2001)‎
      This was the fourth meeting of the St Petersburg Initiative, bringing together academics and decision makers from eastern European countries. Participants reviewed current developments within primary health care, especially with regard to training and multidisciplinary collaboration. Following presentations and discussions on the present level of training and education, and a review of specific experiences in several countries 6 including a site visit to Minsk, the participants concluded that specialists working in a primary health care team ...
    • Medical education and the CARNET countries 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; CARNET (‎EUR/ICP/CARE 06 01 06(‎B)‎, 1999)‎
    • Report of the Workshop on the Role of Academic Institutions in Partnership in Health Care, Barcelona, 10-14 February 2003 

      Workshop on the Role of Academic Institutions in Partnership in Health Care (‎2003 : Barcelona, Spain)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/03/5037869, 2003)‎
      A workshop on the role of academic institutions in partnership in health care was held in Barcelona (‎Spain)‎, 10-14 February 2003. This was one of a series of meetings within the "Partnership Among Health Stakeholders" programme and focused on how curricular change in the education of health care professionals can emphasize public health and community based education. The participants of the workshop were representatives from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, as well as consultants and WHO staff. The workshop focused on ...
    • Third meeting of the St Petersburg Initiative for Education and Training in General Practice/Family Medicine : report on a WHO meeting, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 18-20 November 1999 

      St Petersburg Initiative for Education and Training in General Practice/Family Medicine Meeting (‎3rd: 1999: Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan)‎; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/DLVR 04 02 02, 2000)‎
      The third meeting of the "St Petersburg Initiative" network was held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 18-20 november 1999. The meeting was jointly organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Ministry of Health in Kyrgyzstan. The aim was to discuss diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines for general practice, as well as training in health promotion and disease prevention. Furthermore, an objective was to review progress in the introductionof schemes for general practice education and training in the participating countries. A total of 40 participants ...
    • Training doctors for primary health care / by Denis P. Gray 

      Gray, Denis P; World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (‎EUR/ICP/CARE 06 04 04(‎C)‎, 1997)‎
    • Медицинское образование в странах CARNET 

      Всемирная организация здравоохранения. Европейское региональное бюро (‎EUR/ICP/CARE 06 01 06(‎‎‎B)‎‎‎, 1999)‎
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