The 3 Country Study Tour on Community-based Integrated Care of Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland seeks to examine the leadership and management of community-based initiatives for integrated care.
This immersive learning experience responds to demand from the health and aged care sectors in Australia and the Asia Pacific to help build knowledge, capacity and skills to support the effective design and adoption of integrated care in practice. The two-day course is designed as a short, intensive, residential program for individuals, teams and local partners to support the advancement of their integrated care projects and plans in their own context.
Designing and Implementing Integrated Care – An Accelerated Learning Course for Leaders in Integrated Care Programs in AustraliaCentre for Rural and Remote Mental Health, University of Newcastle, Orange, New South Wales
This series, aimed at health and social care workers and service leads, presented by IFIC Ireland in partnership with the Centre for Empowerment of People and Communities (CEmPaC) will examine the area of Patient Empowerment and the role it plays in achieving true integrated care.
Are you a student or an early-career professional looking for opportunities to network and collaborate in the field of integrated care? Join us at the Early-career Researchers in Integrated Care’s (ERIC) first virtual Townhall meeting and help shape the network and its activities.
The International Foundation for Integrated Care in association with Edgehill University are delighted to present this series of webinars “The Building Blocks of Integrated Care”. Six webinars will run on a monthly basis from October – March, in the lead up a public lecture on 14 April 2016 at Edgehill University by Professor Jon Glasby entitled If integration is the answer, what was the question? What next for health and social care partnerships. The webinars are targeted at all those
The Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) degree program prepares integrated care professionals to best deliver whole-person healthcare to diverse communities and to improve access to quality healthcare for all people.
Students are trained as doctoral level experts in integrated behavioral healthcare and are prepared to deliver patient-centered care, work in interdisciplinary teams, employ evidence-based practice and quality improvement approaches, and utilize informatics in primary care and other medical settings.
The Mission of the Doctor of Behavioral Health Program is to educate integrated care professionals to best deliver whole-person healthcare to diverse communities and to improve access to quality healthcare for all people.