Teaching practice networks
Our teaching practice network has grown to around 300 teaching physicians: all experienced, practising GPs who teach our students on site in their GP practices - and some also in lectures and seminars. We are proud to count so many and excellent GPs among our network!
Are you, dear colleague, interested and delighted in introducing our subject to students in the second stage of their studies in human medicine? This is possible within the framework of a teaching practice.
For further information, please contact:
the Teaching Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Ms Alexandra Lübke, Dean's Office: email@example.com
Research practice network
Competent general practice requires serious research in appropriately oriented institutions. In order for this research to remain practice-oriented, GPs who are clinically firmly involved in care are necessary as our partners. The GP practice teams of our research network can implement demanding scientific studies and at the same time carry relevant questions - quasi as a mission - into university research.
In the past years, numerous practice teams have already successfully participated in research projects of the Institute. With the support of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), we will establish a Bavarian Research Practice Network (BayFoNet) over the next four years across the locations of Munich (LMU & TUM), Erlangen (FAU) and Würzburg (UKW). The spokesperson of this network is Prof. Dr. med. Ildikó Gágyor (Head of the Institute for General Medicine at the University Hospital Würzburg). We invite GP practice teams to increase medical knowledge for our patients as an accredited member of the "GP Research Network of the Ludwig Maximilian University".
Further information on the Bavarian Research Network in General Practice (BayFoNet) can be found on the official website: