|Date:||23rd September 2015|
|Time:||17.15 h to 18.15 h|
Switzerland has a reversed ratio of GP’s as compared to the WHO/OECD standard, mainly because medical education is designed for specialization. The talk will draw an outline of needs and numbers, but also adverse features in politics and governance, education, corporatism, and trends in society. Despite the success of the GP’s campaigning in the political realm, overcoming the scarcity of GP’s remains uncertain. This raises fundamental questions on how to tackle the bottlenecks and may foster innovation in primary care and community care.