The International Foundation for Integrated Care is organising and facilitating a Three Country International Study Tour on Integrated Care in Europe from Sunday March 15th to Wednesday March 24th 2015.
25/03/2015 - 27/03/2015. This conference will be attended by 500 international experts in the field of integrated care. The aim of this conference is to exchange knowledge, experience and new ideas in the design and delivery of integrated health and social care.
EIP on AHA B3 Action Group on Integrated Care invite participants to the first B3 Webinar on ‘Good practice on change management: Maccabi Multidisciplinary Telemedicine Centre for Chronic Disease Management’
Care and Caring: Future proofing the new demographics
How we manage care and caring in the face of demographic change increasingly dominates social policy, research and practice. The 6th International Carers Conference – to be held from 3rd – 6th September 2015 in Gothenburg
The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) with our ICIC16 conference partner Forum ITESSS are offering a unique conference preparation webinar series in the run up to the 16th International Conference on Integrated Care (ICIC16), taking place May 23 to 25 in Barcelona. The aim is to introduce the five themes of the conference and give ample opportunities for live discussions with guest speakers so that the conference audience is right up to date with the most pressing issues of integrated care. For those who have not yet registered for the conference, this series will provide a flavour of what to expect by attending the conference.
Webinar - new survey on the impact of rare diseases on daily life!
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 3:00:00 PM BST - 4:00:00 PM BST
EURORDIS has recently launched a new survey on the impact of rare diseases on daily life.
Take part in a webinar to find out how you can participate in the survey and use the survey results for your advocacy work.
Sandra Courbier, EURORDIS Survey Manager, and Raquel Castro, Social Policy Senior Manager, will present the survey, answer any questions and inform you how the survey results will be used to improve the lives of people living with a rare disease.