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Mallorca Forum.RuralTraining.def

Mallorca Forum.RuralTraining.def



Invitacional Rural Health Forum. Mallorca 14th - 15th of June.

Invitacional Rural Health Forum. Mallorca 14th - 15th of June.
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    • Producing an Specific Rural Training Programme for European Trainees in Family Medicine Jaume Banqué Vidiella Institut Català de la Salut. CAP Xerta.. Spain Euripa – Semfyc [email_address]
    • Summary
      • Why an specific European Rural Training Programme for Trainees in FM.
      • Guiding principles.
      • It will be based on ...
      • The Spanish Experience in Rural Training.
      • Conclusions.
      • Some questions.
    • Why an specific European Rural Training Programme for Trainees
      • Different joining Workshops within Vasco da Gama and Euripa in the last Wonca Conferences.
      • A hug interest in Rural Practice from young Family Doctors.
      • Big variety across Europe about Rural Training in Family Medicine.
      • Euripa aim: Exchanging experiences and knowledge. Creating European Evidence in Rural Practice.
      • Working for a common future in Rural Practice in Europe.
    • Guiding principles for a Rural Training Programme
      • Promote and stimulate a positive approach to Rural Practice.
      • Apply “The European Definition of General Practice/Family Medicine” (Euract 1992).
      • Boost and Complete professional competences in Family Medicine.
    • It will be based on...
      • The European Definition of General Practice/Family Medicine. Euract 2002.
      • The Spanish Programme in Family Medicine. Rural Rotation.
      • European experiences: Norway, England, Greece,...
      • European Rural Working Groups recommendations.
      • Different Academic and stakeholders participation.
      • Conclusions from Mallorca Forum and Wonca conferences.
      • ........
    • The Spanish Experience in Family Medicine
      • 1978 . Family Medicine Speciality was created in Spain (Alma Ata influence). Three years of practical period.
      • 1985 . First Specific Programme for Family Medicine Instruction was published.
      • 2005 . A new Training Programme was developed. Four years of practical period. A Compulsory Rural Training Period is included for the first time . National Commission.
    • How we develop this Rural Period in Spain
      • National Commission for Family and Community Medicine > Creates the Programme.
      • Main Training Centres > Produce and apply this Rural Period.
      • Rural Working Groups from Family Medicine Associations > Develop and spread opinion, guidelines and tools for helping all parts involved in this process.
      • Trainees > Attend and evaluate this learning term.
    • Current situation
      • What kind of practical period do we have ?
      • - Compulsory and available for all trainees.
      • - 2/3 months in length.
      • Who can work as a trainer ?
      • - Rural doctors with certain experience (at least more than a year in a rural area).
      • Rural doctors with interest for teaching, learning and research.
      • > Rural Trainers have to produce an specific and adapted Training Programme for their centre with support from Regional Training Centres <
    • Conclusions
      • There is an interest about Rural Health and Rural Training from young Family Doctors.
      • There is a big variety about Rural Training across Europe.
      • There is a lack of a common tool in Rural Training for Trainees in Europe.
      • There is a need of Evidence about Rural Health in Europe.
    • Some questions
      • Do we need this programme, really ?
      • Will we be able to produce it ?
      • Will it be useful for all parts involved ?