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Share your views on your working experience as a service provider with primary health professionals

Has your organisation ever worked/cooperated with nurses or other primary health professionals (therapists, doctors, etc) to support the users of your services? If your answer is YES, and you are a service provider from Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain or the UK, you could help us by participating in a small survey!
 
EASPD is currently carrying out research targeting service providers employing or cooperating with (family and community) nurses and/or other professionals working in the primary health sector aiming to assess the quality of the services these professionals provide as well as the potential missing competences.
 
This research is part of the Enhance project which aims to address the currently identified gap between the skills of family and community nurses and what is actually demanded by both public health care organisations and private service providers when applying innovative healthcare models centred on primary health care. One of the main products of this project will be the development of a new and improved European educational curriculum for family and community nurses which should ultimately equip these professionals with new competences in line with the current demands of providing high-quality community-based services.
 
Why should you participate? Your voice as a service provider matters and will be taken into consideration when developing the new European curriculum for family and community nurses by looking at the priority areas which you identified as important and/or needed to be improved. This will ultimately lead to better quality services provided in community-based services to users in need of primary health support.
 
The survey is accessible HERE and should not take more than 15 minutes of your time. The deadline to complete it is 5th October 2018.