1 July 2023
According to World Health Organization, primary care is a model of care that supports first-contact, accessible, continuous, comprehensive and coordinated person-focused care. Primary care has been shown to meet most of a person’s health needs throughout their life. Primary care provides promotive, protective, preventive, curative, rehabilitative, and palliative services.
It aims to optimize population health and reduce disparities across the population by ensuring that subgroups have equal access to services.
Écosystème des soins primaires
Besoins en soins primaires
Sociologie des professions
Modèles de collaboration professionnelle
Travailler avec des décideurs
Infrastructures des soins primaires
Transfert des connaissances
Santé individuelle, santé populationnelle
Construction territoriale de la santé
Présentation de projet
Prof. Aline Ramond-Roquin
Prof. Marie-Eve poitras
This summer school is open to international French-speaking participants:
- health professionals recently graduated or students at the end of their curriculum
- researchers or students in human and social sciences or other disciplines related to primary care
- decision-makers interested or involved in primary care.
This summer school is intended for students or young professionals who are curious, motivated and interested to develop a leadership in their discipline/organization and wishing to deepen their knowledge and reflection on primary care in an international frame.
The program aims at providing participants with opportunity to develop reflection on the role and the organization of primary care in different countries and the input of research on practice and development of primary care. This will be a great opportunity to develop collaborations and to support the emergence of a community of leaders in primary care.
A certificate of attendance will be delivered
EUR 600: Student: €500.00 tuition fees + €100.00 application fees.
Application fees are waived for students from partner universities.
EUR 1000: Professional: €1,000.00 tuition fees + €100.00 application fees.
Fees include welcoming and teaching materials, accommodation, coffee breaks and weekday lunches, social activities, bike rental and transport pass, all costs (transport, meals, entrance tickets) related to the scientific visits.