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Roadmap for Sustainable tailored integrated care for older people in Europe LAUNCHED!

On 13th of March 2019 in Brussels, IFIC’s Maggie Langins, Toni Dedeu and Nick Goodwin took part in the final conference for SUSTAIN. The conference marked the end of the 4 year Horizon 2020 project which worked in close collaboration with health and social care staff in 13 sites across 7 countries in Europe to improve integrated care for older people with complex conditions at home.


The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) announce a knowledge partnership with Synsana

Synsana seeks to strengthen health and care services, to have greater impact on Health Care systems and clinicians, across treatment and care settings and geographies, and to better align with the clinical and personal needs of citizens throughout their lives. Synsana was formed in 2016, as an European Economic Interest Grouping registered in the UK


Nick Goodwin to be appointed as Professor and Director of the Central Coast Research Institute

Prof. Nick Goodwin, co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the International Foundation for Integrated Care, has accepted the appointment as Director of the Central Coast Research Institute (CCRI) that will be based within the Health and Wellbeing Precinct on the Gosford Hospital campus. Developed in partnership between the University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD),


IFIC are looking for a Digital Marketing Manager

The International Foundation of Integrated Care (IFIC) are looking to recruit a Digital Marketing Manager to join the team. They will be responsible for planning, researching, creating and curating high-quality and timely content for IFIC’s social media and traditional communication channels with a view to promote and support activities of the Foundation.


Planning future sustainable health care

IFIC was represented at the recent European Regions for Health, EUREGHA, high-level ‘Changing Today for Tomorrow’ conference in Brussels.Director of Programme Dr Toni Dedeu was one of about 70 delegates from organisations across Europe participating in the conference to plan the heath care of tomorrow.


SUSTAIN Roadmap finalised in Utrecht

IFIC’s Senior Fellow Maggie Langins and Junior Researcher Jenna McArthur joined colleagues at the SUSTAIN consortium in Utrecht, Netherlands, to finalise a roadmap aimed at providing better care for older people.


IFIC CEO to provide expert advice in Taiwan

The Republic of China (Taiwan), a ’tiger economy’ of more than 23 million people, has been undergoing a strategic review of its health care system with the intention to initiate reforms that seek to embrace integrated and people-centred health services.


SCIROCCO Conference: How to Accelerate Scaling up of Integrated Care in Context

Wednesday, 24 October 2018 Scotland House Conference Centre, Rond point Schuman 6, 1040 Brussels After two years of intensive work, the SCIROCCO project has validated and tested the Maturity Model for Integrated Care that was developed by the B3 Action Group on Integrated Care of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIPonAHA). ...

IFICs new Self Management and Co-production Special Interest Group (SIG)

The ALLIANCE leads this SIG in partnership with the IFIC and IFIC Scotland. It aims to facilitate collaboration across sectors and between countries to enhance our understanding, adoption and evaluation of Self management and Co-production. A webinar will be held on 23rd October from 12pm – 1.30pm (UK time). This webinar will reflect on the changes that are taking ...

1st North American Conference on Integrated Care to take place in Toronto, October 2020

The IHPME’s annual Moonshot celebration takes place today, Tuesday, 16 October in the heart of downtown Toronto at the beautiful Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Dr Nick Goodwin, CEO of the International Foundation for Integrated Care is this year’s keynote address and will present the impact of integrated care around the world and consider recent developments in Canada as well as looking at opportunities and challenges for the future.


Introducing Integrated Care for older people in Kosovo using Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 as an entry point

Since July 2017, IFIC’s Dr Viktoria Stein has been working with Accessible Quality Healthcare (AQH) to introduce integrated care in Kosovo. The AQH project is funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and implemented by a team of experts from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (Swiss TPH) and Save the Children, in close collaboration with the Kosovo Government and the Ministry of Health in particular.