Programme at a Glance

Tuesday, June 27

Wednesday, June 28

Thursday, June 29

Friday, June 30

Saturday, July 1

08.30 - 9.45

08.30 - 17.30
Young Doctors

08.30 - 16.00
Young Doctors,
WONCA Council,
Working groups,
Meetings

Parallel sessions /
Workshop (75')

Parallel sessions /
Workshop (75')

Parallel sessions /
Workshop (75')

09.45 - 10.00

Break (15')

Break (15')

Break (15')

10.00 - 10.45

Plenary 2 -
Niek De Wit (45')

Plenary 4 -
Harris Lygidakis (45')

Plenary 6 -
Tony Heymann (45')

10.45 - 11.15

Coffee Break (30')

Coffee Break (30')

Coffee Break (30')

11.15 - 12.30

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (75')

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (75')

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (75')

12.30 - 14.00

Lunch Break /
Symposia (90')

Lunch Break /
Symposia (90')

12.30 - 13.15
Closing Ceremony (45')

14.00 - 14.45

Plenary 3 -
Cyril Hoeschl (45')

Plenary 5 -
Amanda Howe

14.45 - 15.00

Break (15')

Break (15')

15.00 - 16.00

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (60')

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (60')

16.00 - 16.30

Coffee Break (30')

Coffee Break (30')

16.30 - 17.45

17.00 - 18.30
Opening Ceremony
Plenary 1 - 
Wolfgang Mastnak (45')


18.30 - 20.00

Welcome Cocktail (90')

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (75')

Parallel Sessions /
Workshops (75')

17.45 - 19.00

19.30 - 23.00

Conference Dinner
(Municipal House)

WONCA Europe Open Meeting

Person centered care - policy meets practice In Prague
WONCA Europe Open Meeting, June Thursday 29th, 11.15 am

Director Hans Kluge , Dept of Health Systems and Public Health WHO Europe, and WONCA Europe President Anna Stavdal invite you to an interactive session.
June Thursday 29th, chaired by WONCA Europe Immediate Past President Job Metsemakers.

In order to achieve our ambition taking the front seat when the development of family medicine is on the table in our region, WONCA Europe must exert influence where policies are made. WHO Europe is an important trendsetter when states in the region plan and tailor their health care.

WONCA Europe has established close and fruitful collaboration with WHO Europe.

Person centered care is the bedrock of family medicine. The concept is fully adopted by the WHO when member states are advised on health policies and plans.

The outcome of health policies should be measured and monitored on how it is experienced by individuals and by the population. We would argue that GPs, with their ears to to the ground, and through continuity of care are worth listening to before policies are set, plans are made and action is taken.

How can policymakers and practioners find common ground, share experience and make sure that state of the art family medicine is given ample attention and taken into due account before policies are operationalized ? This, no less, is what this session aim to explore.