2012 Strasbourg ECPCP Presentation

Friday June 22, 2012

Welcome speech
Elke JAEGER- ROMAN

THE IMPORTANCE OF PRIMARY CARE PAEDIATRICS IN EUROPE;  FROM CONCEPTS TO EVIDENCE

  1. Which medical profession is the most adequate for primary health care in Europe?
    A systemic review
    Domingo BARROSO ESPAREDO        
  2. Comparison of prescriptions by paediatricians and general practitioners: a population-based study in Franche-Comté
    Alain BOCQUET / Françoise BOVET-BOONE        
  3. Why children are brought to the paediatric office? An analysis of 96,000 ambulatory care visits in Germany
    Elke JAEGER- ROMAN        

PRACTICES AND RESEARCH IN PRIMARY CARE PAEDIATRICS

  1. How to conduct a research project: from conception to presentation.
    An introductory handbook to clinical research in ambulatory paediatrics
    Venancio MARTINEZ        
  2. Growth monitoring: survey of current practices of Primary Care Paediatricians in Europe
    Jean-François SALAÜN
  3. Critical incidents in primary care paediatrics and Critical Incident Reporting Systems (CIRS) in ambulatory care in Europe
    Dominik EWALD        
  4. The TEACHER project: a European venture in ambulatory paediatrics (Training to Educate Asthmatic Children through European Research).
    Its impact on the symptoms of asthma and the quality of life of the child and his parents.
    Marie-Noëlle ROBBERECHT-RIQUET

Saturday June 23, 2012

GENERAL APPROACH TO PRIMARY CARE PAEDIATRICS

  1. Children and paediatricians between the hospital and the community
    Yona AMITAI
  2. The future of ambulatory paediatrics - networking
    Arieh BAHIR
  3. Paediatric quality in European primary care - How can we improve
    Gottfried HUSS
  4. Primary Care Paediatrics: is a specifi c training in paediatrics for juniors justified
    Yves SWARTEBROECKX

INFORMATIONS

The European Confederation for Primary Care Paediatricians has adopted and adapted the Global Pediatric Curriculum for primary care residency training in Europe.

We began discussing the feasibility of global standards for training and assessment. If this were possible, through collaboration with the global pediatric community, the outcome could be a dramatic improvement in the quality of care we provide to the world's children.

ECPCP fully endorses the following latest declaration of ISSOP (International Society for Social Pediatrics and Child Health) on the rights, health and well-being of children and youth on the move, signed in Budapest in October 2017.

Toma de decisiones clínicas basadas en pruebas científicas
EVIDENCIAS EN PEDIATRÌA