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Master Thesis

Repenser les soins primaires en Europe : comparaison des différents systèmes de soins primaires

Abstract : The aim of this thesis is to describe the various modes of organization of the general practitioner through Europe, its place in the system of care and his training. This was done by sending a questionnaire to general practitioners referent in each European country. Twenty three European countries responded. General practitioners is a gatekeeper in most of the health system. They are frequently organized in pluriprofessionnel office with the others partners of primary care, sometimes with a delegation of tasks. The mode of payment of the generalist is variable from one system to another. The recognition of the general practitioner as a specialist is becoming common. The rhythm of development of the continuing medical training, of the evaluation of the professional practice, of elaboration the medical recommendations is increasing. But large differences still exist between countries. Rethinking the primary care in an European context is a difficult challenge, but improving the quality of care remains the objective of all countries.
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  • HAL Id : dumas-00633555, version 1
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Emeline Nys. Repenser les soins primaires en Europe : comparaison des différents systèmes de soins primaires. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2008. ⟨dumas-00633555⟩

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