SLOVENE FAMILY MEDICINE SOCIETY - SLOVENIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY PRACTICE, UNIVERSITY LJUBLJANA
INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC HEALTH OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
INSTITUTE OF FAMILY MEDICINE
1st ANNUAL MEETING OF GP/FM TEACHERS IN EUROPE
Kranjska Gora, Slovenia, September 10–11, 2004
Call for abstracts and registration form
AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE
The conference is aiming at the educators in primary care who are involved in teaching at university or practice level and will be held in English. The main aim is to exchange the experiences and to propose effective strategies, models, curricula and methods of teaching GP/FM at undergraduate and postgraduate level. During the conference there will be a mixture of invited lectures, presentations, panel discussions, poster presentations and group work. The modules produced during the 13th international course will be presented to the conference audience.
Janko Kersnik (Slovenia)
Igor Švab (Slovenia)
Yonah Yaphe (Israel)
Manfred Maier (Austria)
Jaime Correia de Sousa (Portugal)
Amanda Howe (Great Britain)
Gianluigi Passerini (Italy)
The conference is organised by Slovene Family Medicine Society and under the patronage of the European Academy of Teachers in General Practice (EURACT) and with the support of the EURACT service function task force. EURACT council members also serve as additional resource persons.
|16:00–17.00||Arrival and registration|
Opening of the conference
|19:00–21:00||Informal Get Together|
|11:30–13:00||Workshops and Parallel Sessions|
|14:30–16:00||Workshops and Parallel Sessions|
|17:30–18:00||Closing of the 1st annual meeting of GP/FM teachers in Europe|
The conference will be held in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. Kranjska Gora is a tourist resort in the Northwest of Slovenia and is easily accessible by car, train or plane. The conference fee is 100 EURO. We have chosen an array of interesting keynotes and have invited distinguished speakers to cover the issues. We invite you to send an abstract for the parallel presentation or for the workshop. Three workshops will be covered by the products of the course on teaching patient centred care.
Published on 10 September 2004.