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Angers Summer Schools 2020: Cancelled


With the global impact from the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the University of Angers has taken the decision to cancel the 2020 Summer Schools.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this cancellation may cause but we hope you understand why this decision has been made.
The Summer Schools fees will be fully refunded to students. The Angers Summer Schools will be back in 2021. Courses with new dates and new application deadline will be published by the end of the year.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any further information: summerschools @

29 June - 3 July 2020
3rd edition

1 week - 30 hours - 3 ECTS delivered


Half-day sessions will cover 4 main themes:

  • International organizations of primary care
  • Concept and role of primary care within health systems
  • Innovations in primary care
  • Research in primary care

The program will consist of various educational methods: 

  • Students’ presentations
  • Lectures
  • Interdisciplinary project writing throughout the week with a final presentation to decision makers
  • Litterature analysis
  • Round tables
  • Panel discussions with different stakeholders

International stakeholders will hold sessions from varied clinical and non-clinical disciplines related to primary care.

Courses organisation and attendance

Classes take place in the Department of Medicine of the Faculty of Health, from Monday to Friday.

You must participate in all courses.

The scientific coordinators of the Primary Care Summer School organise a convivial activity on Sunday  June 28th,  end of afternoon, that will open the school and introduce the scientific sessions. Please do your best to participate in this convivial activity! 

A certificate of attendance and 3 ECTS will be delivered at the end of the program.

Craig, University of the West Indies, Jamaïca, Primary Care Summer School 2018

Invited speakers

  • Pr Marie-Eve Poitras, (nursing)
    Université de Sherbrooke, CA l Webpage
  • Pr Pauline Boeckxstaens, (family medicine)
    University of Ghent, BE
  • Pr Grace Turner, (epidemiology)
    University of Birmingham, UK
  • Pr Chris Van Weel, (family medicine)
    Radboud University, NL
  • Pr François-Xavier Schweyer, (sociology)
    French School of Higher Public Health Studies, FR l Webpage
  • Dr Yann Bourgueil , (public health)
    French School of Higher Public Health Studies, FR
  • Pr David Darmon, (family medicine)
    University of Nice, FR
  • Mr Raphaël Jarrige & Dr Pierre Blaise
    Regional Health Agency of Pays de la Loire, FR
  • Pr Sébastien Fleuret, (geography)
    ESO Angers, FR
  • Ms Irène De Miguel Ferrer & Dr Matthieu Peurois
    Alumni 2018, FR


Flyer of the summer school