EANA - European Working Group of Physicians in Private Practice
Groupement européen des médecins en pratique libre
Europäische Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Niedergelassenen Ärzte (EANA)
1974, as European Working Group of Practitioners and Specialists in Free Practice.
Promote exchange of experience and information on health care structures and social security systems within Europe and information on the current political evolution in health care and social security; develop and examine new concepts of ambulatory care with priority to interdisciplinary basic health care; improve cooperation between doctors in private practice and other health and social professionals; promote: self-help groups, home care and social services; prevention and health education; continuous training, postgraduate and basic training; outpatient care structures.
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