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Organisators

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Slovene Family Medicine Society
Department of Family Practice, University Ljubljana & Maribor
OZG Primary Health Care Center Bled
Institiute Of Family Medicine

Organise under the patronage of

EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF TEACHERS IN GP/FP

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Committee

Course Directors

Val Wass 
UK

Yonah Yaphe
Portugal

Alexandre Gouveia
Switzerland

Alan Shirley
UK

Zalika Klemenc Ketiš
Slovenia

Mateja Bulc
Slovenia

Vesna Homar
Slovenia

Social Programme

Nena Kopčavar Guček
Slovenia

Organising Committee

Vesna Pekarović Džakulin
Slovenia

Nena Kopčavar Guček
Slovenia

Leopold Zonik
Slovenia

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Aims

Target Audience

The course is aimed at educators in primary care who are involved in teaching at the university or practice level. We expect experienced teachers and also those on the beginning of their educational careers.

Specific objectives of the course

At the end of the course the participants will:

  • Be able to identify and define the types of diagnostic uncertainty encountered in the practice in family medicine.
  • Be able to list the strategies used to cope with diagnostic uncertainty.
  • Be able to recognize the need for limits to the diagnostic process and the striving for certainty in family medicine.
  • Be aware of benefits and possible harms of diagnostic procedures, to recognize when a certain diagnostics are not necessary.
  • Be able to communicate the pros and contras of diagnostic tests with the patient.
  • Value an approach that recognizes the inevitability of uncertainty in family medicine and the need to live with it.

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Rationale

Diagnosis is a central task in medicine and is defined as finding the best possible explanation for a patient’s signs and symptoms. Family medicine differs from other branches of medicine because of its high reliance on knowledge of the patient’s context, a high dependence on the development of healing relationships with patients over time, a low use of technology, a low prevalence of life-threatening diseases, and a high degree of uncertainty in making diagnoses on a daily basis. This combination of factors forces family physicians to develop tolerance for uncertainty and strategies to cope with it. That is the focus of this course.

Aims

At the end of this course the learner will be able to design a teaching module on coping with diagnostic uncertainty in family medicine.

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Sessions

Opening of the 26th Bled Course
Introduction of the participants
Val Wass

Keynote 1
Values Based Health Care-selecting and assessing for generalist practice
Exercise, based on keynote 1

Group work
Yonah Yaphe

Keynote 2
Making diagnoses in an uncertain world: The role of the family doctor
Exercise, based on keynote 2

Group work
Field work
Home visits to Health Centre Bled patients
Alexandre Gouveia

Keynote 3
Facing uncertainty in a collaborative setting: the role of primary care teams
Exercise, based on keynote 3

Group work
Preparing final module

Group work
Alan Shirley

Keynote 4
How can we find the Goldilocks Zone? Not over or under but “just right” diagnosis
Exercise, based on keynote 4

Group work
Preparing final module

Group work
Igor Švab

JOKER SESSION
Groups presentations
News in family medicine education
Feedback
EVALUATION OF THE COURSE
Closure of the course

Social EVents

During conference:
icon-bc-1trekking
icon-bc-2dancing lessons
icon-bc-3Bled sightseeing
icon-bc-4vine inspection
icon-bc-5farewell dinner
icon-bc-6and some surprises will take place

During the fieldwork you will have the opportunity to visit local family doctors and practices as well local primary health care centre in Bled.

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Registration

and general information

Course Registration

The course fee is set at 350 EURO (V.A.T. included) and will include organisation of the course, course attendance, fieldwork, refreshments during the brakes, lunch during lunch brakes from Tuesday to Friday and the participation in exciting social events including farewell dinner.
EURACT members pay a reduced fee of 300 EURO (V.A.T. included) and Vasco da Gama members pay 200 EURO.

Registration fee should be paid by a bank transfer to NLB, d.d., Account Holder: Zavod za razvoj družinske medicine, Poljanski nasip 58, 1000 Ljubljana, IBAN: SI56020450253583120, BIC or SWIFT: LJBASI2X,
Communication: EURACT 2017 + NAME OF THE DELEGATE.

You will receive a confirmation e-mail regarding the registration and payment.

Cancellations received before August 5th 2017, will be refunded minus bank and handling charges. After this date no refunds can be made.

A limited number of sponsored places are available through the EURACT sponsorship programme. Deadline for application is June 10th, 2017. Details will be available at www.euract.org.

Mrs. Lea Vilman,
Medicinska fakulteta,
Katedra za druzinsko medicino,
Poljanski nasip 58, p.o. Box 2218,
1104 Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • kdrmed@mf.uni-lj.si
  • +386-1-43-86-915
  • +386-1-43-86-910

Hotel Booking

The course will be held in Hotel Jelovica Bled, Slovenia.
Bled is easily accessible by car, train or plane. The nearest airport Ljubljana is only 25 km away.

We suggest an early room booking (use the attached form)! The deadline is August 20th, 2015.

Hotel Jelovica Bled, d.o.o.
Cesta svobode 8,
4260 Bled,
Slovenija.
  • prodaja@hotel-jelovica.si
  • +386 (0) 4 5796 000
  • 386 (0) 4 5741 550

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