The IPCRG awarded funding to three educational pilot projects as part of it's E-Quality programme in 2014/15.

 

1) Dr Sonia Maria Martins and colleagues,Sao Bernardo Do Campo, Sao Paolo- Brazil. 

TELECONSULTING IN RESPIRATORY HEALTH : INTEGRATED TOOL OF MATRIX SUPPORT  IN ASTHMA , COPD & SMOKING IN PRIMARY CARE

 

2) Dr Katarina Stavric, Dr Radmilla Ristovska and Dr Valentina Nejasmic,  Department of Family Medicine, Medical Faculty, University Skopje, Macedonia. 

 

An investigation of GPs antibiotic prescribing habits for acute respiratory tract infections, which will inform an educational programme. Anti-biotic prescribing for respiratory tract infections in primary care – Skopje, Macedonia

 

3) Prof Savithri W, Wimalasekera, Consultant Clinical Physiologist and Head of Department of Physiology. Faculty to Medical Sciences. University of Sri Jayewardenpura, Nugegoda, Sr Lanka.   

Developing integrated primary respiratory care in Sri Lanka


The E-Quality programme seeks to increase educational capability in member and associate member countries: working locally, collaborating globally. We invited bids which needed to meet our evidence-based criteria and applicants were also asked to present to the IPCRG Education Sub Committee in Athens in May 2014. Following this selection process three bids were awarded. We will be working with teams over the coming year to ensure their success and share learning with IPCRG. 

For more information contact the IPCRG Business Manager: BusinessManager@theipcrg.org

 

 

 

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