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Crosscultural aspects in Primary Care. Group 1. Group 1. Gerry Wheeler Milan Mioković Eugenia Nica Dragica Nikolić Serap Cifcili Dean Klančič Rade Iljaž Marija Petek-Šter Nadja Pfajfar-Križnič Tamara Fras-Stefan Polonca Steinmann Manfred Maier. Objectives.

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Crosscultural aspects in primary care

Crosscultural aspects in Primary Care

Group 1


Group 1

Group 1

  • Gerry Wheeler

  • Milan Mioković

  • Eugenia Nica

  • Dragica Nikolić

  • Serap Cifcili

  • Dean Klančič

  • Rade Iljaž

  • Marija Petek-Šter

  • Nadja Pfajfar-Križnič

  • Tamara Fras-Stefan

  • Polonca Steinmann

  • Manfred Maier


Objectives

Objectives

  • Information / update of current situation

  • Increase knowledge and awareness

  • Education of primary health professionals

  • Prevention of further problems

  • Solutions of existing problems


Background problem 1

Background/Problem (1)

  • Recent Changes:

    • Refugees, asylum-seekers

    • Immigration

    • Health care changes

    • Health care priorities

    • Expectations/needs

    • Epidemiology of illness

    • Inequalities of special groups

    • Increased demands on health-care system


Background 2

Background (2)

  • Learning needs among health professionals

  • Increased awareness of problem

  • Misunderstanding / Conflicts


Consequences of not adressing the problem 1

Consequences of not adressing the problem (1)

  • Public – society

    • Poor health outcomes

    • Public dissatisfaction

    • Lack of confidence in the health care system

    • Social conflicts

    • Increased costs


Consequences of not adressing the problem 2

Consequences of not adressing the problem (2)

  • Health professionals

    • Dissatisfaction

    • Lack of confidence

    • Sub-optimal quality of care

    • Legal

  • Medical school

    • Loss of international reputation

    • Loss of accreditation


Crosscultural aspects in primary care

TEACHING MODULE


Teaching module

TEACHING MODULE


Crosscultural aspects in primary care

Content According to Target Groups


Abbreviations

Abbreviations

  • L= Lecture

  • SG = Small Group, Balint Group

  • SS = Self-study

  • RP = Role-play

  • V = Video presentation

  • CP = Case presentation

  • POL = Problem Oriented Learning

  • TP = Teaching Practice

  • WS = Workshop

  • * = External Resource


Crosscultural aspects in primary care

Didactic Methods


Suggested time schedule

Suggested time schedule

  • Undergraduate medical education

    • Approximately 10 hours

      • During the first three years of medical education, integrated

  • Vocational training for GPs

    • Approximately 40-50 hours

      • During the training program

  • Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

    • 12-16 hours (2-4 days)


Resources

Resources

Human Resources

  • Course organiser / co-ordinator

  • GP-teachers (accredited)

  • Epidemiologist

  • Psychologist, Sociologist

    Other Resources

  • Technical equipment

  • Rooms-facilities

  • Financial-budget


Strategies for implementation

Strategies for implementation

Acquiring support from:

  • Health authorities

  • Local politicians

  • Medical chamber

  • Medical school

  • NGOs

  • Media

    Teaching concept


Evaluation

Evaluation

  • Course

  • Teachers

  • Participants

  • Outcomes


Thank you for your attention

Thank you for your attention…..

Group 1


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