A 2-day medical evaluation training was held in Tallinn, Estonia on 8-9 October 2018. The topics covered by the training included: treatment at the general practitioner’s office, evaluating health and injuries, why the medical evaluation is necessary – notably for children who visit a Barnahus, and how to cooperate with parents.

The training was led by Dr. Andrea Goddard from St. Marys Hospital, London, and was supported by Estonian co-trainers Dr Kai Part and Dr Anneli Uusküla from the University of Tartu. 34 participants took part, which included general practitioners from across Estonia and Ministry representatives.

The training was organised by the Estonian Social Insurance Board as part of the PROMISE 2 project.

Watch our webinar mini-series on medical evaluation in the Barnahus to find out more.

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