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ICIC20 Virtual Conference September 2020

Introducing the ICIC20 Virtual Conference taking place over 4 days in September 2020. The ICIC20 Virtual Conference is a relaunch of the 20th International Conference on Integrated Care that was due to take place in Šibenik, Croatia in April. The new edition will take place as a virtual offer bringing over 100 hours of digital integrated care content presented through the innovative Events OnAir portal.

Disability Rights during the Pandemic

This report wants to raise the alarm about the Covid-19 pandemic and how it affects people with disabilities, including people with intellectual disabilities. The report talks about the results of the Covid-19 Disability Rights Monitor.

Review of the Health Care Home Model – a look inside a leading New Zealand example of integrated care

The Health Care Home (HCH) mode was, first implemented in New Zealand in 2011. It was inspired by the Seattle-based Group Health model and adapted for the publicly funded and general practice gatekeeper role in New Zealand. Capital and Coast District Health Board commissioned IFIC to undertake an evaluation of the CCDHB region’s implementation of the Health Care Home model over the July-August 2020 period.

Care during and beyond the Covid-19 Crisis: Workforce Capacity and Capability

The current pandemic has stretched our workforce beyond what we could have imagined. They have stepped up by extending scope of practice, blurring roles to support each other, and rapidly acquiring new caring and remote consultation skills to offer the best possible care and support in extremely difficult circumstance.

IFIC – Leading the global movement for integrated care

The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) is a not for profit network that brings people together to advance the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care policy and practice.

Integrated Online Care Academy©

A range of online accessible, high quality, evidence-based and practice-orientated learning programmes and educational activities.

IJIC – The International Journal of Integrated Care

Our online, open-access, peer-reviewed scientific journal publishes original articles in the field of integrated care on a continuous basis. It gained an impact rating of 2.753 for the year 2019.

ICS – Integrated Care Search©

ICS allows you to efficiently retrieve integrated care literature via the PubMed database.

“Integrated care is the key to improving care to people with long-term conditions”

Nick Goodwin, Former CEO, IFIC

Disability Rights during the Pandemic

This report wants to raise the alarm about the Covid-19 pandemic and how it affects people with disabilities, including people with intellectual disabilities. The report talks about the results of the Covid-19 Disability Rights Monitor.

Australian contributions a factor in boosting IJIC’s impact rating

In June 2020, the International Journal of Integrated Care celebrated a further growth in its impact factor rating to 2.753 – it’s highest rating to date. This reflects a growing level of citations for the Journal that have risen from 341 in 2012 to 1,245 in 2019.

Webinar: Integrated care in Latin America and the Caribbean beyond COVID-19

The challenges posed by COVID-19 present an opportunity to rethink fragmented health and dependency care systems so that they are integrated, driven by individuals and communities, and resilient to future systemic crises.

ICIC20 Video – Voices of Lived Experience

As part of the 20th International Conference on Integrated Care, taking place online in September, IFIC is creating a short sound-byte video, documenting people’s lives throughout the months of COVID.