European Forum for Primary Care
The European Forum for Primary Care was initiated in early 2005 by a group of interested parties from several countries. The aim of the Forum is to improve the health of the population by promoting strong Primary Care. This is done by advocating for Primary Care, by generating data and evidence on Primary Care and by exchanging information between its members. The Forum seeks to expand its membership and thereby to become a leading force for strengthening Primary Care in Europe.
Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research
FAIMER is a leader in improving world health. By creating educational opportunities, conducting research, and providing data resources, it serves international communities of educators, researchers, regulators, and policy makers—each a potential change agent for better health care. Through worldwide activities, FAIMER combines its own expertise with that of local experts to create meaningful and sustained improvements in the systems that produce health care providers and deliver health care.
Global Health Through Education, Training and Service
GHETS (Global Health through Education, Training and service) Global Health through Education, Training and Service (GHETS) is a non-governmental organization dedicated to improving health systems in the developing world. GHETS works to fund community-based health projects, and assists local partners with program development, financing, and evaluation. GHETS has been a partner of the Network:TUFH since 2002, and works to support the activities of the Women and Health Taskforce (WHTF).
Training for Health Equity Network
THEnet is a consortium of health professions institutions committed to achieving health equity through health professions education, research and service that is responsive to the priority needs of communities. As a community of practice, and by partnering with others, THEnet seeks to support schools to transform education, build institutional capacity and shape policy so as to make health systems around the world more equitable.