IFIC is providing expert support to a new European project aimed at supporting policy-makers and practitioners to foster an interest in integrated community care.
TransForm, The Transnational Forum on Integrated Community Care, was set up last year as part of a three-year project. It is an initiative funded by Network of European Foundations (NEF) and supported by the International Foundation for Integrated Care.
TransForm seeks to pull together evidence and analysis of promising practice in integrated community care, as well as learning from their experiences and impact, the first stage to be presented at a conference later this year.
Nick Goodwin, IFIC’s Chief Executive Officer, said:
“TransForm was initiated in June 2017 as a three-year project. In the first stages, IFIC has been conducting a mapping exercise from published and unpublished sources to collate ‘promising practices’ – case studies that have developed innovative approaches to integrated community care in Europe and beyond. A sub-set of these promising practices will be chosen for further case study investigation.
“A key objective of the project is to hold a series of conferences. The first conference will be hosted in Hamburg, Germany, on 24-26 September 2018. To read more about the project, click here