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Mon, 21 Mar 2016 19:14:47 +0100
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OBSERVATORY VENICE SUMMER SCHOOL 2016. What: “Primary care: innovating for integrated, more effective care”

The European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies Venice Summer School 2016 is a short, intensive course. It is a week of learning, interacting, studying, debating, and sharing experiences with other policy makers, planners and professionals to promote innovation in primary (health) care for better integrated, more effective care. 

When: 24 – 30 July 2016

Where: island of San Servolo, Venice, Italy

Who:  The course is aimed at senior and mid level policy makers, civil servants and professionals.
If you are involved in steering primary care services or are looking at strengthening care, its continuity and integrative functions within and beyond the health system – then the Observatory Venice Summer School is for you. 
Objectives: To
•	Provide evidence-based country experiences of different approaches and innovative models of primary care
•	Describe how primary care can serve whole populations, emphasizing vulnerable groups 
•	Provide mechanisms and tools that facilitate the integration between health care, public health and social services
•	Provide tools to assess the performance of primary care 
•	Explore innovations that strengthen effectiveness of primary care interventions
•	Review  how provider payments and incentives can enable that primary care fulfils its role
•	Systematize and interpret primary care innovations and their implementation

Accreditation: the Summer School has applied to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and it is expected that participation will count towards ongoing professional development in all EU Member States.

Organization: the Summer School is organized by the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies, the Veneto Region of Italy, the European Commission and World Health Organization with the participation of NIVEL – the Netherlands Institute for Health Services Research.

Potential participants are requested to apply by submitting their CV with a brief application form to be downloaded: The deadline for applications is 31 May 2016.  

The cost of € 2,200 covers teaching materials, social programmes, transfer from/to the airport to/from the island, accommodation and meals.

For more information and regular updates on the programme and lecturers: 

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