FBK SALUTE | Competencies profiles in the new organizational forms of general medicine
General medicine is going through an endless phase of organizational change, which should lead to the redefinition of its function as a privileged access point to the healthcare system.
By now it is certain that, even in order to respond adequately to the relentless increase of real or perceived needs, the general practitioner must evolve from the model of an autonomous and self-sufficient physician to that of a professional, who acts as part of a team of providers who share a profile of well-defined and articulated skills, while maintaining a generalist approach. This evolution also appears necessary to cope with the lack of physicians in the near future.
However, simply aggregating is not enough; health providers need to define together which are the care goals of the team in a given area, what is the knowledge necessary to achieve these goals, and what are the skills they need to ensure.
The APSS, in collaboration with the “FBK per la salute” (FBK for health) program and with the contribution of the Medical Association and the University of Trento, has organized a series of workshops on topics relevant to general medicine with the aim of reaching, through peer discussion, common possible realistic organizational solutions, to start building a practical model of aggregated and multidisciplinary primary care unit, able to best pursue the goal of a global and personalized assistance for all the dimensions of health needs.
The meeting cycle
May 26, 2018 | The generalist approach to high complexity patient care
September 22, 2018 | Appropriateness or adequacy? The challenge of prescription in general medicine
October 27, 2018 | Tradition or innovation? The new organization and the physician-physician and physician-patient relationship
Scientific and organizational committee
Marco Clerici, Clinical Consultant of the FBK for Health program, General Practitioner
Gianfranco Gensini, President of the Center for Advanced Medicine of Florence, clinical advisor of the FBK for Health Program
Antonella Graiff, Coordinator of the FBK for Health program
Mauro Larcher, Director of the School for Specific Training in General Medicine
Cinzia Piciocchi, Associate Professor of Comparative Public Law at the School of Law of the University of Trento, Biolaw project
Simona Sforzin, Primary Care Area Director, Trento Province Healthcare System
The events accrue ECM credits for a maximum of 40 participants for the professions of Physician and Nurse. APSS employees may participate on an invite basis. Meeting venue: “Luigi Stringa” Hall, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Povo di Trento
FBK Health, the Medical Association of the Province of Trento, scuolamgtn, the School of specific training in general medicine Trento, University of Trento