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Annals of Family Medicine
2020-07-13 21:00:12

Improving Equity Through Primary Care: Proceedings of the 2019 Toronto International Conference on Quality in Primary Care [Special Reports]

Assunto: Health promotion, Community / population health, Participatory / action research, Health policy, Health services, Access, Coordination / integration of care, Disparities in health and health care, Quality improvement

Descrição: Health equity allows people to reach their full health potential and receive high-quality care that is appropriate for them and their needs, no matter where they live, what they have, or who they are. It is a core element of quality in health care. Around the world, there are many efforts to improve equity through primary care. In order to advance these efforts, it is important to share successes and challenges. Building on our work with international stakeholders to identify key primary care research priorities, we organized the Toronto International Conference on Quality in Primary Care that was held on November 16, 2019. Participants from 8 countries took part. Key recommendations included the establishment of continuous relationships between providers and patients over time, relationships between providers in the health and social sectors, and resources supported proportionally to patient need. Solutions must be generated using team-based approaches that explicitly include people with who have experienced discrimination. Progress will require confronting structural determinants including racism, capitalism, and colonialism. Conference participants suggested practical solutions, such as developing a public transportation program for rural residents to improve community building and the ability to attend medical appointments, and identifying patients who have recently missed clinic visits that may benefit from additional care. These approaches will need to be evaluated through high-quality research and quality improvement, with a knowledge translation that facilitates sustainability and expansion across settings.

Editorial: The Annals of Family Medicine
Seção: Special Reports
Número: 4
Volume: 18
Página: 364 a 369
Autor: ONeill, B., Ferrer, R., OBrien, P., Watt, G., Gottlieb, L., Pinto, A., Willems, S., Currie, J., Harriott, D., Leitch, J., Zsager, A., Kidd, M., Kiran, T.


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