Publications

Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 52(5), 1 May 2014, pp 1741-44, doi: 10.1128/JCM.03614-13
Intensive Care Medicine, 40(4), 1 April 2014, pp 564–571, doi: 10.1007/s00134-014-3225-8
Expert Opinion on Therapeutic Targets, 18(8), 1 August 2014, pp 851-61, doi: 10.1517/14728222.2014.925881

Project Partners

R-GNOSIS is coordinated by Marc Bonten (UMC Utrecht) and brings together a multidisciplinary team with complementary expertise of clinicians, microbiologists and epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, caregivers in inpatient care and mathematical modellers. The R-GNOSIS consortium is made of 19 partners from 9 countries which include United Kingdom, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France, Spain, Switzerland and Israel.

Spanish Society of Family Medicine, semFYC, ES

Spanish Society of Family Medicine, semFYC, ES


Further Information :

Organizational Activities

The Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine (semFYC) is a non-profit, scientific medical society which oversees the proper development of Family and Community Medicine (MFyC) in Spain. It is much more than a service provision agency or association for the protection of corporate interests.

Its federal structure, organised into committees, sections, working groups and specific programs, expands the activities of family doctors throughout the population, with the involvement of a large number of professionals.

Role in the Project

Key Personnel

Carles Llor is a Family Physician in the Department of General Pathology at the University Rovira I Virgili and works as a GP at the Primary Healthcare Centre Jaume I, in Tarragona, Spain. His primary research interests include infectious diseases in the community, particularly respiratory tract infections, urinary tract infections, rational use of antibiotics, and utilization of rapid diagnostic tests for infectious disease in primary care. He is a member of numerous professional societies, including the Spanish Society of Family Medicine (semFYC) and the Spanish Society of Pneumology and Thoracic Surgery (SEPAR). He is a member of the Group of Study for Infectious Diseases in Primary Care in semFYC. - no image description is available -