14 July 2017
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Quality Management in Training and Patient Care General Practice
In the first week of this course we will address important issues related to the development of a high quality academic training program for general practice. Principles of teaching and training, the content of a solid curriculum, aspects of student assessment and quality assurance within educational organizations will be discussed. You are provided with knowledge to draft the 'optimal' specialty training for general practice.
The second week will focus on different aspects of quality assessment in primary health care: the impact of professional guidelines, quality management programs, development of indicators and visitation. You are challenged to assess the quality of care in a real clinical practice, by performing your own official visitation.
The multi-cultural background of the participants provides a unique opportunity to learn about the universal and country-specific characteristics of teaching, training and quality of care assessment in general practice.
Prof. Roger Damoiseaux (MD,PhD), prof. Niek de Wit (MD,PhD) and Saskia van Vugt (MD,PhD)
International audience of primary care physicians (general practitioners, family physicians) and trainees in general practice with sufficient proficiency in reading and writing in English.
The aim of the course is to make primary care physicians and trainees in general practice familiar with the basic issues related to development of high quality primary health care. We will raise your awareness on principles of specialty training for doctors to become general practitioners and we will also give you an insight into the Dutch quality management and assessment systems in primary care.
Certificate of Attendance
EUR 1295: Course + course materials + housing
EUR 945: Course + course materials
Utrecht Summer School doesn't offer scholarships for this course.Register for this course
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