Network of General Practitioners

Last updated on 13-6-2019 by Sarah Moreels

Registration

Report your data for the 7 health problems covered by the network of general practitioners in 2019:

registration activity, acute respiratory infections and influenza-like illness

The registration of acute respiratory infections and influenza-like illness is done online. Take part in four steps:

  1. Print the registration form of acute respiratory infections and influenza-like illness (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French)
  2. You can use this form as reminder to note the number of cases during the week (from Monday morning till Sunday evening)
  3. Enter this information at the end of the week using the button below (at the latest the following Tuesday evening)
  4. From Wednesday-afternoon, you can consult the weekly flu bulletin on the website.

enter your weekly data

sexual transmitted infections

The registration of sexually transmitted infections is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of sexually transmitted infections (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

tick bites or suspicion of Lyme disease

The registration of tick bites or suspicion of Lyme disease is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of tick bites or suspicion of Lyme disease (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

varicella

The registration of varicella is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of varicella (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

problematic substance use

The registration of problematic substance use is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of problematic substance use (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

falls among people >=65 years

The registration of falls among people >=65 years is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of falls among people >=65 years (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

 

Celebration of 40 years Network of General Practitioners and 25 years of Intego network

Saterday 18 May 2019 from 12h30 to 24h: symposium and evening party.

Universiteitshal Leuven (Naamsestraat 22, 3000 Leuven).

Program:

12h30 — 13h30 : welcome and lunch

13h30 — 15h : PAST

15h — 15h30 : coffee

15h30 — 17h30 : FUTURE

Registration only available in Dutch or French. Registration is required.

Celebration of 40 years Network of General Practitioners

 

Problems with the registration?

network coordinator if you have problems with the online registration or if you have another question.

 

Can I become a GP of the Network of General Practitioners?

Yes of course!  network coordinator

 

The network of General Practitioners

The network comprises about 120 general practices all over Belgium, who weekly report data about 7 to 8 infectious and non-infectious diseases. This allows to study the incidence and prevalence of a variety of health problems and their characteristics. By providing epidemiological information as well as information on care provided in general practice, the SGPs support the policymakers in defining priorities and evaluating health policy. More info about the network

An overview of the registered themes over the years can be found here (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

This network is only possible through close cooperation with our partners.

 

Publications

Recent publications:

  • Boffin N, Van Casteren V, De Ridder K. Care of general practice patients preceding and following a suicide attempt: observational study in Flemish general practices. BMJ Open 2019, 9(5):e028546. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2018-028546.

  • Bossuyt N, Van Cauteren D, Bustos Sierra N, Thomas I., Barbezange C. Griep Bulletin week x-2019 / Bulletin Grippe semaine x-2019 / Weekly Flu Bulletin week x-2019. Report. Brussel, Sciensano.
  • Geebelen L, Van Cauteren D, Devleesschauwer B, Moreels S, Tersago K, Van Oyen H, Speybroeck N, Lernout T. Combining primary care surveillance and a meta-analysis to estimate the incidence of the clinical manifestations of Lyme borreliosis in Belgium, 2015-2017. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases 2019, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ttbdis.2018.12.007.
  • Boffin N, Swinnen E, Wens J, Urbina PM, Van der Heyden J, Van Casteren V. General Practice Care for Patients with Rare Diseases in Belgium: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2018, 15(6):1180. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph15061180.
  • Bossuyt N, Van Cauteren D, Bustos Sierra N, Thomas I., Barbezange C. Griep Bulletin week x-2018 / Bulletin Grippe semaine x-2018 / Weekly Flu Bulletin week x-2018. Report. Brussel, WIV-ISP/Sciensano.
  • Deblonde J, Van Beckhoven D, Loos J, Boffin N, Sasse A, Nöstlinger C, Supervie V. HIV testing within general practices in Europe: a mixed-methods systematic review. BMC Public Health, 2018 Oct, 18(1):1191. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-018-6107-0.
  • Penders YW, Onwuteaka-Philipsen B, Moreels S, Donker GA, Miccinesi G, Alonso TV, Deliens L, Van den Block L. Differences in primary palliative care between people with organ failure and people with cancer: An international mortality follow-back study using quality indicators. Palliat Med 2018, 32(9):1498-1508. https://doi.org/10.1177/0269216318790386.
  • Rose M, Penders Y, Smets T, Deliens L, Miccinesi G, Vega AT, Moreels S, Van den Block L. Quality of primary palliative care for older people with mild and severe dementia: an international mortality follow-back study using quality indicators. Age Ageing 2018, Nov 1;47(6):824-833. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afy087.
  • Vanden Berghe W, De Baetselier I, Van Cauteren D, Moreels M, Sasse A, Quoilin S. Surveillance van seksueel overdraagbare aandoeningen, 2014-2016. Report. Brussel, Sciensano.

An overview of all publications during 2010-2019 (only available in PDF icon Dutch PDF icon French)

An overview of all publications during 1979-2009 (only available in PDF icon Dutch PDF icon French)

 

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