Network of General Practitioners

Last updated on 27-5-2021 by Sarah Moreels

Registration (only for general practitioners who are member of the network)

Report your data for the 7 health problems covered by the network of general practitioners in 2021:

registration activity, acute respiratory infections, influenza-like illness and acute diarrhea

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

  1. Print the registration form of acute respiratory infections, influenza-like illness and acute diarrhea (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).

varicella, zona or postherpetic neuralgia

The registration of varicella, zona or postherpetic neuralgia is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of varicella, zona or postherpetic neuralgia (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).

psychopharmaceuticals in children, adolescents and young adults (0-23 years)

The registration of psychopharmaceuticals in children, adolescents and young adults is done online.

report a case

For your convenience, you can also print the registration form of psychopharmaceuticals in children, adolescents and young adults (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

More professional information about the corona-virus

Information on the COVID-19-Barometer in general practices

Epidemiological curves

Weekly incidence of consultations for influenza-like illness (consultations/100.000 inhabitants)

Weekly incidence of influenza-like illness

Consult the weekly flu bulletin

Weekly incidence of consultations for acute diarrhea (consultations/100.000 inhabitants)

Weekly incidence of acute diarrhea

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 (only available in PDF icon Dutch or PDF icon French).

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

 

Publications

Recent publications:

  • De Schreye R, Van Vyve A, Moreels S, Goderis G, Scholtes B, Coenen S, Verrijken G.  PDF icon Rapport de synthèse sur l’attitude de médecins généralistes à la vaccination contre le COVID-19. Rapport. Brussel, Sciensano. Numéro de rapport D/2021/14.440/28.

  • De Schreye R, Van Vyve A, Moreels S, Goderis G, Scholtes B, Coenen S, Verrijken G. PDF icon Samenvattend rapport COVID-19 vaccinatiebereidheid bij huisartsen. Rapport. Brussel, Sciensano. Rapportnummer: D/2021/14.440/27.

  • Bossuyt N, Vermeulen M, Vos S, De Schreye R, Moreels S, Bustos Sierra N, Thomas I., Barbezange C. Wekelijks bulletin luchtweginfecties week x-2021 / Bulletin hebdomadaire infections respiratoires semaine x-2021 / Weekly bulletin respiratory infections week x-2021. Report. Brussel, Sciensano.

  • Vanden Berghe W, Lecompte A, Bensemmane S, De Schreye R, De Baetselier I. PDF icon Surveillance van seksueel overdraagbare aandoeningen 2017-2019. Rapport. Brussel, België : Sciensano; Rapportnummer: D/2020/14.440/85.

  • Vanden Berghe W, Lecompte A, Bensemmane S, De Schreye R, De Baetselier I. PDF icon Surveillance des infections sexuellement transmissibles 2017-2019. Rapport. Bruxelles, Belgique : Sciensano ; Numéro de rapport : D/2020.14.440/84.

  • Bossuyt N, Vermeulen M, De Schreye R, Moreels S, Vos S, Bustos Sierra N, Thomas I., Barbezange C. Wekelijks bulletin luchtweginfecties week x-2020 / Bulletin hebdomadaire infections respiratoires semaine x-2020 / Weekly bulletin respiratory infections week x-2020. Report. Brussel, Sciensano.

  • Boffin N, Antoine J, Van Baelen L, Moreels S, Doggen K. General practice patients starting treatment for substance use problems: observations from two data sources across levels of care. BMC Public Health. 2020 June 18. 20, 960. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12889-020-09038-0

  • Verkissen M, Penders Y, Onwuteaka-Philipsen B, Moreels S, Donker G, Vega Alonso T, Van den Block L, Deliens L. End-of-life communication in advanced cancer: international trends (2009-2014). BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care 2020, Apr 27. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-001999

  • De Nooijer K, Pivodic L, Deliens L,  Miccinesi G, Vega Alonso T, Moreels S, Van den Block L. Primary palliative care for older people in three European countries: a mortality follow-back quality study. BMJ Support Palliat Care 2019, Oct 17. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjspcare-2019-001967.

  • 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.
  • Miranda G, Baetens J, Bossuyt N, Bruno O, De Baets B. Real-time prediction of influenza outbreaks in Belgium. Epidemics, sept 2019, 28. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.epidem.2019.04.001.
  • Segaloff H, Melidou A, Adlhoch C, Pereyaslov D, Robesyn E, Pasi P, Olsen S, WHO European Region, European Influenza Surveillance Network. Co-circulation of influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 and influenza A(H3N2) viruses, World Health Organization (WHO) European Region, October 2018 to February 2019. Eurosurveillance, 28/02/2019, 24 (9). https://www.eurosurveillance.org/content/10.2807/1560-7917.ES.2019.24.9.1900125.
  • 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.

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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