The Department of Primary and Community Care
The Department of Primary and Community Care and internationalizationThe mission of our department is ‘to have a significant impact on health - personalized healthcare in context’ and consists of three units: Training, Education and Research. As department we actively participate in research, undergraduate and graduate programs. Head of our department is professor Pim Assendelft.
The department’s research is organized in the following eight research themes:
Chronic respiratory diseases
Cardio metabolic diseases
Neurological and neurodegenerative diseases
Oncology and palliative care
Person-centered care (gender, vulnerable groups, communication)
Integrated neighborhood-oriented work
All research themes feature sub-research themes.
The department offers undergraduate and graduate training in the following disciplines:
General Practice/Family medicine
Public health/Occupational medicine
Intellectual disabilities medicine
InternationalizationThe Department of Primary and Community Care is committed to internationalization: we maintain close relationships and high standards of our relationships with other international universities, courses and trainers in the fields of both education and research. We also have close working relationships with various organizations on our university campus dealing with internationalization. For more information please contact Mr. Guus Busser, MD, coordinator international contacts via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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