Du Président: réflexions finales
Voici mon rapport final en ma qualité de président de WONCA et je voudrais donc partager quelques réflexions sur l'énorme quantité de travaux menés à bien par WONCA et nos membres médecins de famille ainsi que par nos supporters à travers le monde.
Rio - Meetings, Social events, Program
This page summarises important meetings and details particularly for Council delegates and members of WONCA Working Parties or Special Interest Groups. Also includes links to the preliminary program and social event summary.
Job Metsemakers: From Prague 2013 to Rio 2016 to …
Job Metsemakers reflects: It was not a surprise that I left Prague in 2013 as President of WONCA Europe. But I also left Prague as an Executive Board member of WONCA World, and as Chair of the WONCA Membership Committee. With Rio fast approaching it is a good opportunity to reflect on my three and a half years as a WONCA Europe President.
Incoming Asia Pacific Region President: Prof Meng-Chih Lee
In his new capacity as the President for WONCA Asia Pacific Region, Prof Meng-Chih Lee, coupled with his Asia Pacific council members and World WONCA, would like to strengthen Rajakumar Movement, continue to support Taiwan Family Medicine Research Award, try to invite the non-member countries in Asia Pacific region to join in WONCA , and to maintain good partnership with WHO Western Pacific Region.
Del Presidente: últimas palabras
Estas son las últimas palabras que os dedico como Presidente de WONCA y es por eso que me gustaría compartir con vosotros algunas reflexiones acerca de la gran cantidad de trabajo que WONCA lleva a cabo y sobre la dedicación de todos los profesionales de la Medicina de Familia en todo el mundo.
Rural round-up : from Norway to Rio: three locations, three messages
John Wynn- Jones writes: I have just returned from a remarkable international symposium in Norway on the research associated with generalism in rural practice, which was hosted by the Centre for Rural Medicine at the University of Tromso. Although the term rural generalism appears to be new, it is really a reaffirmation of the fact that doctors working in rural & isolated communities are by nature generalists. Good rural doctors, who have such a wide scope of practice have to be good generalists.
WHO EMRO video on family practice
WHO Eastern Mediterranean Regional Office has produced an advocacy video on family practice. Prof Michael Kidd, WONCA President, was invited to provide some words from WONCA for inclusion in the video