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IN MEMORIAM

 

With great sadness and sorrow, we have lost our beloved and esteemed friend and colleague Dr. Jörg Pruckner, longtime president of EANA. He has shaped an entire epoch of EANA with his personal, loving and familiar style, and has introduced and enforced crucial work for free practice in Austria and throughout Europe. Personally, we have learned decisive and excellent knowledge from and with him about free practice of medicine in Europe. We are grateful to him and shall continue his concerns. He died at age 69, on Tuesday November the 26.th 2019 in Graz, Austria. We express our sincere condolences to the bereaved.

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EANA - FRANCE : CSMF - SUMMER UNIVERSITY 25TH ANNIVERSARY

25ème Anniversaire de l'Université d'Été de la CSMF Palais des Congrès Antibes - Juan- les -Pins

Dimanche 15 septembre 9h00 – 11 h00 Table ronde " Europe "

La biodiversité de l’entreprise médicale libérale en Europe

Quels sont les différents modèles d’organisations de la médecine libérale en France et en Europe ?

 

Animateur : Philippe BOUTIN, président de l’EANA

 

Intervenants : André BOLLIGER, vice -président de Groupement européen des médecins libéraux (EANA),

Pierre -Marie COQUET, président du Syndicat des médecins coordonnateurs, Ehpad et autres structures, généralistes ou gériatres (SMCG -CSMF ),

Franck DEVULDER, président du Syndicat national des médecins français spécialistes de l’appareil digestif (SYNMAD),

Jacques de HALLER, ancien président du Comité permanent des médecins européens (CPME ),

Francis RUBEL, représentant de la France à l’Union européenne des médecins spécialistes (UEMS)

 

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statement on artificial intelligence

 

EANA position on artificial intelligence in the health sector

 

 

 

At its meeting on November 30th, 2018 in Luxembourg, EANA (European Working Group of Practitioners and Specialists in Free Practice) has agreed on the following elements:

 

 

 

Artificial intelligence is neither a threat nor the absolute panacea, but certainly constitutes a major development of our activity. It is an additional technology at the service of patients to provide them quickly with quality medical information, thereby giving them the necessary elements to control their health.

 

 

 

The physician must support the responsible attitude and the medical competence of the patient.

 

 

 

Initial and continuous training of physicians must be adapted rapidly to allow optimal use of the tools of artificial intelligence and to help manage the evolution of medical progress.

 

 

 

Physicians will be able to use artificial intelligence without delay as a technical expert support tool, thereby giving them the time necessary for collaborative work and relations with their patients on an individual level.

 

 

 

EANA recommends utmost vigilance as of now to the institutions in the evaluation of the care needs to train the health professionals as closely as possible to the needs of the population.

 

 

 

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