Integrated care models aim to deliver tailored coordinated and linked care at system, service, and patient levels based on emerging research. The next generation of students, academics, researchers and practitioners are fundamental in shaping the integrated health and social care systems of tomorrow.
IFIC recognises the importance of interdisciplinary knowledge exchange, fostering connections and mentorships for emerging researchers and professionals in the field of integrated care. This is why IFIC supports the Emerging Researchers in Integrated Care (ERIC) network.
ERIC is a unique international platform founded to connect emerging researchers and professionals and to provide interdisciplinary learning about the science and practice of integrated care, and opportunities to participate in networking and mentorships.
Want your opinion heard? join the upcoming Town hall, January 21st from 12:30-1:30pm.
Sign up to reserve your spot and make your voice count. The ERIC Town hall is a unique and annual opportunity for Emerging Researchers in Integrated Care to share their opinions and ideas on how the network can better support them, with the ERIC leadership team. In collaboration with IFIC, this year we are unveiling our first mentorship program. We would love to hear your feedback on how we can improve the program to enhance your mentee experience! Register here
For feedback or interest in joining the ERIC mentorship program email: ERIC@integratedcarefoundation.org