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Bratislava Statement

 

 

 

 

 

E.A.N.A.

 

EUROPÄISCHE ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT DER NIEDERGELASSENEN ÄRZTE EUROPEAN WORKING GROUP OF PRACTITIONERS AND SPECIALISTS IN FREE PRACTICE GROUPEMENT EUROPÉEN DES MÉDICINS EN PRATIQUE LIBRE

 

 

 

 

DECLARATION

 

ON QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM IN FREE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE

 

 

 

 EANA, which represents European physicians in private practice, met in Bratislava on 21 June 2019,

 

and takes a position on the way to the recognition of the quality assurance system of established physicians in Europe.

 

 EANA recommends that this system should :

 

 

-       represent added value for all self-employed physicians,

 

-       increase patient safety

 

 

-       ensure a high quality relationship between doctor and patient.

 

 

EANA insists that this system should be an incentive for doctors in private practice and should remain in the hands of their profession.

 

 Finally, EANA recommends that this system should be simple, easily accessible and of interest  for all members of the profession in all their diversity.

 

 

EANA has learnt that various instruments are used in European countries and notes that, given their complementarity, more coherence is needed to achieve the desired objective.

 

DECLARATION OF ZÜRICH

 

E.A.N.A.

EUROPÄISCHE ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT DER NIEDERGELASSENEN ÄRZTE EUROPEAN WORKING GROUP OF PRACTITIONERS AND SPECIALISTS IN FREE PRACTICE GROUPEMENT EUROPÉEN DES MÉDICINS EN PRATIQUE LIBRE

 

 
 
 
 
DECLARATION OF ZÜRICH
 
 
 
On the occasion of its autumn meeting of 9 and 10 December 1983, in Zurich, the European Group of Doctors in Free Practice (E.A.N.A.) communicates:
 
Based on current discussions in Europe on basic training and specialized training, E.A.N.A. maintains that a physician wishing to practice general medicine should receive further training in his subject area in the same field as a specialist doctor in his own specialty.
 
The E.A.N.A. also argues that the additional training of the General Medicine must be on the same level as that of the medical specialist.
 
 
Zürich, December 9 and 10, 1983

DECLARATION OF HELSINKI

                                                

E.A.N.A.

EUROPÄISCHE ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT DER NIEDERGELASSENEN ÄRZTE EUROPEAN WORKING GROUP OF PRACTITIONERS AND SPECIALISTS IN FREE PRACTICE GROUPEMENT EUROPÉEN DES MÉDICINS EN PRATIQUE LIBRE

 

 

                                                HELSINKI DECLARATION

On the occasion of its meeting in Helsinki the European Group of Doctors in Free Practice - E.A.N.A. - noted that the evolution of medical care made available to patients and accompanied by an improvement in the quality of care can not be obtained without an increase in costs but will inevitably lead to an increase in health expenditure. Medical care should therefore not only adapt to economic requirements but also take into account medical data.

The E.A.N.A. stressed that emergency care is an important part of the work of private doctors. It is nonetheless necessary that the physicians concerned have theoretical and practical knowledge of the subject. It will be necessary to coordinate better the different emergency services.



Helsinki, July 29, 1985