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  1. CURRICULUM GROUP Carmen Villaizán

  2. CONTENTS • What has happenedwiththeCurriculum in thesesixmonths? • Diffusion • Implementation • Improve the PC curriculum: Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA)

  3. WEBS WHERE PRIMARY CARE CURRICULUM IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE…

  4. ECPCP http://www.ecpcp.eu/home/

  5. GPEC http://www.globalpediatrics.org/globalcurriculum/curriculumdownloadpdf.html

  6. GPEC • The countries of the Southern Cone (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay) • Various stages of implementation of the GPEC Curriculum • Hazen Ham thinks the ECPCP curriculum would be a good “product” to propose to them as they move forward.

  7. WEBS OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES SPAIN http://www.aepap.org/grupos/grupo-de-docencia

  8. WEBS OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES ISRAEL http://www.pediatrics.org.il/

  9. WEBS OF EUROPEAN COUNTRIES OTHER COUNTRIES… • I know some other countries from ECPCP are adopting the curriculum • I couldn´t find the curriculum in another websites • Members of curriculum group and ECPCP countries delegates: the advances you have done concerning Curriculum diffusion. • My spanish colleagues will report your answers to me

  10. SPAIN • Translated it into Spanish • Sent to the National Pediatric Commission to be evaluated and adopted (Health Ministry ) • Cruces Hospital (Spain), (leader in training residents) has adoptedthe ECPCP • Curriculum. • (October 2015)

  11. SPAIN • Spanish Primary Care Pediatric Association (AEPap) has adopted it • Proposed as the referral program for the mandatory primary care training period. • In a future, all the educational, formative and meetings contents published in this Association web will be organized as curriculum competences  list.

  12. SPAIN • It was presented at the Spanish National Paediatric Congress (AEP) and won the prize to the best ten communications of more than thousand submitted

  13. Spanish version of the curriculum:

  14. GPEC Hazen P. Ham, PhDExecutive SecretaryGlobal Pediatric Education Consortium AskedbyHazenHamforthe Spanish version “ It is a shining example of exactly how the GPEC Board of Delegates envisioned things would work out, i.e., that countries/regions would take GPEC materials and tailor them to local training/practice environments. GPEC is VERY proud of the ECPCP and your personal endeavors around these activities and the translations into Spanish. I will circulate widely within the ALAPE community and we will also post the publication on the GPEC website as we have the English version. You should be VERY proud of the work you are doing to disseminate common standards for pediatric training and practice. “

  15. Hazen P. Ham, PhDExecutive SecretaryGlobal Pediatric Education Consortium GPEC Dear ALAPE Society Presidents and Colleagues: You are invited to several important global events at the upcoming ALAPE meeting in Lima, Peru. Please read the following: It is with pleasure that GPEC introduces the new global pediatric curriculum developed by the European Confederation of Primary Care Pediatrics (ECPCP).  This curriculum is based upon the GPEC Global Pediatric Curriculum that is currently being adopted in the Southern Cone countries via FOSPECS.  Our colleagues in Spain have recently provided a beautiful Spanish version of the ECPCP curriculum and is available now from our website. The curriculum may be well-suited for primary care in many Latin American countries and we invite you to preview this document at your leisure. GPEC Workshop: We will formally introduce the new ECPCP global curriculum for primary care at the GPEC Workshop in Lima, Peru on Thursday 12th November.  Please join us for the workshop and see for yourselves the various experiences that are occurring in Latin America around adoption of a global curriculum.  (To register for this workshop please see the ALAPE website.) Dr. Hazen P. Ham Executive Secretary, GPEC 30/10/2015

  16. ECPCP • Afterlastmeeting in Berlinweagreed: • “Since we don´t have a common institutional way for all European countries, maybe EUROPEAN PRIMARY CARE PEDIATRIC SOCIETIES could present the curriculum to their official training committees/commissions WITH AN INTRODUCTION FROM ECPCP EXECUTIVE BUREAU” • Gottfried on behalf ECPCP executive committee sent a letter by e-mail to every ECPCP EUROPEAN PRIMARY CARE PEDIATRIC SOCIETY • Gottfriedwillsendlettersto EAP and EPA presidentssharingtheCurriculum.

  17. CONTENTS • What has happenedwiththeCurriculum in thesesixmonths? • Diffusion • Implementation • Improve the PC curriculum: Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA)

  18. FUTURE… • AT THIS POINT, WE SHOULD REFLECT ON: • Sould the Curriculum Working Group carry on with EPAs ? • First, we should focus on its diffusion and implementation in Europe ?? • Both

  19. CONCLUSIONS • Difussion • Present it to their colleagues • Upload it to their websites • Present the curriculum to their official training committees/commissions WITH the INTRODUCTION FROM ECPCP EXECUTIVE BUREAU • Spring meeting 2016: tell us your conclusions And • EPAs