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Summer School – save the date

Summer School – save the date
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Nov

The International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) is delighted to announce registration is now open for its popular Summer School which returns next June.

Register here for ISSIC19 which take place in the heart of Oxford, at Wolfson College, part of the University of Oxford.

Summer School begins on Sunday, June 23, 2019, with a welcome dinner and the course starts on Monday, June 24 and will run until Friday, June 28.

This course has been developed for those tasked with designing, implementing, leading and/or managing integrated care and want to learn more about the evidence-based tools and instruments available to them from around the world.

It is aimed at professionals in the field of integrated care, clinicians, researchers and managers, and offers an intensive one-week, stand-alone education and training course on the theory and practice of Integrated Care. It can also contribute towards CPD.

During the course participants will hear from a series of experts in the Integrated care field, including international guest speakers. The syllabus will include a site visit, presentations, case studies and discussions around all aspects of implementing integrated care in your organisation and also offers the unique opportunity to foster international networking and knowledge exchange.

In feedback from this year’s Summer School every respondent said they would recommend the course.

Professor Yves Couturier, University of Sherbrooke said: “Even though I have been involved in research in Integrated care for the past 15 years, I learned a lot at the Summer School. It gave me the chance to discuss international cases studies that were highly relevant to my own work and I have returned with renewed energy.”

Register and find out more information here 

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