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Analysis of Two Different Educational Systems of General Practice in Europe


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This poster was presented in WONCA Europe 2012 byu Alessandro Menin and Liliana Constantino.

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Analysis of Two Different Educational Systems of General Practice in Europe

  1. 1. CSeRMEG Analysis of two different educational systems of General Practice in Europe 1 General Practitioner; Vicenza (Italy) E-mail address: Menin Alessandro1 2 General Practitioner; Coimbra (Portugal) E-mail address: Constantino Liliana2 SWOT Analysis of the School of General Practice SWOT Analysis of the General Practice Strengths Weaknesses Strengths Weaknesses Italy Portugal Italy Portugal Italy Portugal Italy Portugal - Holistic approach to the - Holistic approach to the - Too much variability - Variability between regions - Good results on great - Good results on great - Lack of a planned - Delay in the management of patient patient (ICPC2) between regions and and Health Centres statistics (low mortality and statistics (low mortality and prevention acute patients - Organization run by - Organization run by Schools - Lack of knowledge about high lifespan) - Patients difficulty in high lifespan) - A trend to equalizing on General Practitioners Coordinations of GP/FM - Lack of educational research among tutors - Planned prevention speaking with their own GP knowledge among tutors - Lack of a more solid - Rapid answer to acute low levels (reduced - Long training in General - Holistic vision out of the setting Practice/ Family Medicine - Lack of an university foundation in family diseases economic incentive for - Large variability of services - Billable services for programme (Regional therapy tecniques - Holistic vision vs extra services) - Functional regional offered (including family patients School) - nosographic vision programme planning, pregnancy, - Reduced economic - Domiciliary medical children health vigilance), incentive for extra services - Theorical courses in the programme treatment of terminal community oriented patients - Gate keeping / advocate of - Free of charge and patient (NHS) accessibility - Good informatized system, - Entrepreneurial attitude emproving management (professional) Opportunities Threats Opportunities Threats Italy Portugal Italy Portugal Italy Portugal Italy Portugal - With their work, trainees - Trainees with their study - The lack of recognition of - The lack of symmetry on - A better organization of the - Conditions with the - The reduced financial - The reduced financial can help increase projects as residents merit to the best tutors common standards and the patient-oriented services purpose of maintaining the incentives may result in a incentives (recently research in the General could help increase results in lower education absence of recognition of can improve the response holistic approach in GP/FM reduced interest about the aggravated) may result in a Practice research in GP/FM standards merit to the best tutors to the patients’ needs and can allow a better response General Practice reduced interest about the - The absence of common results in asymmetric satisfaction level from the health services for - The lack of a standardized GP/FM standards can cause a education standards - A better organization and the patients’ needs and prevention can cause - Little time for domiciliary worsening of the teaching - The increasing number of management of the patient satisfaction reduced control of the visits can become a more quality residents per tutor can can offer a better response - The use of ICPC2 in prevalence of disease evident problem lower the education in a time of crisis electronic data (SOAP) can - Excessive bureaucracy - Excessive bureaucracy and standards be an important supporting limits the plans of action time per consultation limit tool to manage and support in General Practice the plans of action in the WONCA Europe General Practice definition of GP/FM Conclusions Starting from the same principles, the two educational systems prepare the new doctors in a different manner and also the organization of the Practice is very different in regards to the management of chronic and acute patients. A comparison between the two systems could make an improvement in the quality and efficacy of the provided services.