Part 2 - Experience and Observations

This survey has been created by the European Forum for Primary Care in order to ask our members to respond to some crucial questions on aspects of Primary Care Organisation, in relation to the COVID-19 crisis.

The survey has been divided into two sections:
Part 1 - Process and Guidance 
Part 2 - Experience and Observations

We would like to ask you to complete these forms to the best of your knowledge in order to gain a complete picture on how Europe is responding, as well as how we can learn from one another's insights/experiences.

Completing all questions is not mandatory, however please fill in what you can.

Your input is much appreciated!

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* 1. In daily practice, have you observed any shortages of sufficient material available to protect yourself according to existing/suggested protocols?

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* 2. How resilient do you feel you are as a primary care professional managing COVID19 cases? (1: not at all 5: very much)

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* 3. Is there a website for health professionals in primary care where you can obtain relevant COVID19 information in your country?

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* 4. According to your experience, how resilient is the organisation of your country’s primary care system, in response to such a world-wide pandemic as COVID19? (1: not at all 5: very much)

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* 5. Do you experience specific difficulties/challenges and/or actions taken concerning vulnerable groups (refugees and other migrants; homeless; low literate and poor people, persons with mental disabilities or psychiatric disorders and off course frail elderly)?

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* 6. Did you observe hazardous illness episodes and even premature death in your practice or in primary care within the last 7/14 days, due to lack of care provision for non-COVID19 related cases. I.e. collateral damage?

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* 7. Is there any psychological support in your practice for the impact of COVID19 on anxiety and social life?

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* 8. Are there any lessons learned so far or recommendations you could make for your primary care practice in times of worldwide pandemic(s)?

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