WONCA WP Research Webinar: Core Value of Family Medicine and Primary Care, Learning from Spain, Ireland, Lebanon and Malaysia

We are excited to announce that the 4th session of the WONCA WP Research Webinar is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, June 20th at 10.00 am CET. This webinar series aims to bring together general practitioners and family physicians from around the world to discuss various aspects of primary care and family medicine.

One of the highlights of this session is the presence of Dr. Anna Stavdal, President of WONCA, who will be joining us to share her valuable insights. We are truly privileged to have her participation in this event. Additionally, the session will have presenters from different continents, including Dr. Maria del Rocio Hernandez Soto from Spain, Dr. Patrick O'Donnel from Ireland, Dr. Mona Osman from Lebanon, and Dr. Hema Latha Naidu from Malaysia.

The focus of this session will be on the provision of care for a complex case involving social deprivation in various countries. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the strategies and approaches employed by general practitioners and family physicians in different parts of the world. It will be an enlightening experience to explore how primary care professionals address the challenges posed by social deprivation and ensure comprehensive care for their patients.

Furthermore, the webinar aims to delve into the value of family medicine and primary care and examine how it is perceived in each country. Understanding the perception and recognition of these fields is crucial for strengthening their role in healthcare systems worldwide.

The session will commence at 10.00 am CET and run until 11.30 am CET. Participants can access the webinar through the provided Zoom link:

It is essential to note the starting time in different time zones: 11 am in Lebanon, 3 pm in Bangkok and Jakarta, 4.00 pm in Malaysia, Singapore, and the Philippines, 6.00 pm in Australia, and 8.00 pm in New Zealand.

For those in Asian countries, the session will also be broadcasted through Docquity, an app available in the region. You can register for the webinar via this link: https://app.docquity.com/#/login/input-mobile?redirectUrl=%2Fwebinar%2Fdetail%2F9382.

We encourage all healthcare professionals, researchers, and individuals interested in primary care and family medicine to join us for this enriching webinar. The diverse perspectives and experiences shared by the presenters promise to offer valuable insights into the challenges and advancements in primary care practices worldwide. Don't miss this opportunity to engage in a global conversation on the future of primary care and family medicine.