2022 ERPIC Journal Club – Meeting 1

2022 ERPIC Journal Club - Meeting 1


12:00 pm

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2022 ERPIC Journal Club – Meeting 1

The Emerging Researchers and Professionals in Integrated Care Journal Club showcases current research and latest developments in integrated care across the globe. In ERPIC Journal Club we:

– share learning about integrated care
– keep updated on the latest international developments
– connect through our global network

Meeting 1 journal article: ’Exploring the Quality Paradigms in Integrated Care: The Need for Emergence and Reflection.’

Presented by: Wilma van der Vlegel & Everard van Kemenade


How it works:

1.The selected paper will be distributed to the Journal Club attendees in advance of each meeting.

2.Attendees will read and consider the paper prior to the meeting.

3.During the meeting the presenter showcases the paper.

4.Group discussion and reflection follows.

When is it?

Journal Club meeting 1: Tuesday 1 March 2022

  • 6am EST; 12pm CET; 9pm AEST

Access the paper here:

van Kemenade E, van der Vlegel-Brouwer W, van der Vlegel M. Exploring the Quality Paradigms in Integrated Care: The Need for Emergence and Reflection. Int J Integr Care. 2021;21(2):17. https://www.ijic.org/articles/10.5334/ijic.5594/



Click here to register for Journal Club meeting 1.

All ERPIC Journal Club meetings will be virtual and held via Microsoft Teams.

For more information: If you would like further information about the ERPIC Journal Club please email ERPIC@integratedcarefoundation.org


Wilma van der Vlegel

Wilma van der Vlegel is a participatory action researcher and trainer. She has been interested in integrated care for older adults as a nurse, senior health service manager and policy advisor on integrated care for many years. After her Master’s degree in Integrated Care, at University of Applied Sciences Utrecht she became a professional doctorate student at the Uclan University of Central Lancashire and is in the final phase of her research on evaluation of a transitional care programme for older adults. As a participatory action researcher she mainly works in deprived neighborhoods in the Netherlands and focuses on health and social care.