The REMEDI project aims to gain understanding in general practitioners’ (GPs) decision making regarding patients with mental health problems in Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels. It is funded by BELSPO and carried out in collaboration with Prof. Vincent Lorant and his team (UCLouvain, Department of Public Health).

Survey for Dutch general practitioners in training

Ghent University and UCLouvain are conducting a study on treatment recommendations and referral strategies of general practitioners in training (HAIO's) for patients with mental health problems. The aim of our research is to develop recommendations to improve the quality of care and to support general practitioners with regard to this topic.
In the context of this study, we are looking for Dutch general practitioners in training who are willing to complete the online survey of this study.
For each completed survey, we will donate €1 to the Red Cross. You will also have a chance to win a €450 MediaMarkt gift card. To be able to win this gift card, you need to complete the full survey.
If you are a Dutch general practitioner in training and you are willing to free up 15 minutes of your time to help, then please complete the online survey by clicking on this link!
Thank you in advance for you enthusiasm!


Dr Katrijn Delaruelle
Camille Wets


Prof. Vincent Laurent, Dr. Brice Lepièce, Dr. Marie Dauvrin (UCLouvain, Vakgroep Volksgezondheid) Prof. Stéphanie De Maesschalck (UGent, Vakgroep Volksgezondheid en Eerstelijnszorg)