The First National Continuing Medical Education Organization to support General Practitioners
A national association with a network of 23 regional teams
700 trainers, 70 programs designers. More than 400 training courses in 2011, and more than 6400 doctors involved in Continuing Medical Education (CME).
An official registered organism, allowed to offer independent trainings, with fees for GPs, and valuations..
Are managed by General Practitioners, all of them working in primary care practices
To intend to be widely spread au over the country
To answer to professional needs of specialists in General Medicine
- at individual, collective, local, regional, national levels
- as a medical representative organisation
- acting according to public health issues.
To favour particular themes that allow every General Practitioner to be recognized as a key's actor in the health system.
To integrate the 5 cardinal's functions of General Medicine:
- primary care medicine
- continuing care
- synthesizing care
- with an overall patients approach
- and the General Practitioner involve in Public Health topics and community.
To strengthen professional identity by confronting practices and experts' valuations in General Medicine.
To participate in the right use of various available resources.
To contribute to relevant, concerted and consistent developments between instruction, training, research and professional defence.
To develop the professional project of the General Medicine, medical speciality in primary care according to:
- realities of the profession
- multiprofessional and multidisciplinary evaluations
- health care policy in the country.
To support general practitioners in evolution of their profession and their careers.
Participate in quality of care
Promote the General Medicine
To value general practitioners' practice