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Principles of Primary Care International Course - January and February 2023

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Dates of Event
27th January 2023 – 10th February 2023
Last Booking Date for this Event
27th January 2023

Description

Virtual Delivery on 27th January and 10th February 2023.

About the course

The COVID-19 outbreak has highlighted the importance of primary care in delivering effective healthcare. Testing, vaccination, caring for people in their homes, aftercare of those hospitalised and helping the families who have lost loved ones - are all services delivered by primary care and cornerstones of global solutions to health crises. Provision of these services makes primary care the most effective form of healthcare and it is the principal vehicle through which the WHO envisages delivering health for all. But what is primary care? What are its core principles? How does it deliver such outstanding health outcomes? Despite their increasing roles, there remains uncertainty about how primary care and public health can be effective in different healthcare systems. A clear understanding of what primary care is and what it can deliver is therefore essential.

Delivery Format

The online contact days focus on applying ideas to practice using a combination of small groups, masterclasses and interactive panel sessions. After completing the course you will have also gained an insight into academic postgraduate study and the possibility of continuing your studies in education, public health and leadership. 

Limited number of fully-funded scholarships for international health care practitioners. Please visit this website for details on eligibility criteria.

Audience

Designed for a UK and international audience of health practitioners, analysts and or policymakers including (but not limited to):

■ General Practice ■ Radiography ■ Nursing

■ Pharmacy ■ Paramedics

■ Occupational Therapy ■ Midwifery