Eefje de Bont awarded 2 prestigious NHG prizes
During the NHG (The Dutch College of General Practitioners) Science Day, Eefje de Bont (research line Optimising Patient Care) won the NHG Science Prize for her article on the study of the effect of an information booklet for parents of children with fever.
She also won the Telesphorus prize for the best dissertation written in 2018 by a general practitioner, titled 'Childhood fever in out-of-hours general practice'.
Last Wednesday and Thursday, an international independent External Review Committee has visited CAPHRI. We are looking back at a positive site visit with a few preliminary key messages, which we would like to share.
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