Culture and values

The role of hospitals in the integrated care systems of the future across the orld

The role of hospitals in the integrated care systems of the future across the world

By Admin / November 16, 2021
Integrated care has historically been defined conceptually by the problems it has aimed to solve, namely fragmentation of services, health systems not designed for the needs of an aging population living with multiple chronic diseases, and under-resourced primary care. Download the publication PDF Strategy A4 PDF Read More

ICIC20 – Plenary 1: A global approach to improving health outcomes beyond COVID 19 – where to next?

By Miriam Galvin / January 27, 2021
Plenary 1: A global approach to improving health outcomes beyond COVID 19 – where to next? chaired by Prof Antonija Balenović and Prof Áine Carroll Presentations and Speakers: Use of cultural programmes to promote health (in the context of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Horticulture and other social programmes in Croatia) Dr Nina Obuljen-Koržinek A partnership… Read More

WEBINAR: IFIC Canada Virtual Community Webinar Series – Shared Governance: Working Together to Enable People-Centred Integrated Care

By Admin / June 24, 2020

Now more than ever, healthcare systems and communities must work together to improve outcomes for patients, caregivers and populations.

Shared governance is an essential piece of the journey towards an integrated, people-centred health system; one t

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TransForm

By Miriam Galvin / May 1, 2020

The focus of TransForm goes beyond the most common interpretations placed on integrated care. Rather, TransForm seeks to examine how co-productive partnerships that empower people in local communities can be developed through cross-sectoral collaborations.

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WEBINAR: Digital Health Enabling Integrated Care Webinar Series – The engagement challenge – getting all the players on board to support the imple

By Admin / January 23, 2020

The third webinar for Special Interest Group Digital health enabling integrated care is scheduled on January 23rd, 2020. Across Canada and globally, there is a growing interest in examining how to involve and engage patients and health providers in a

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CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS: Interprofessional education as a building block for collaborative and integrated eating disorder services

By Karen O'Connell / October 17, 2017

Interprofessional education as a building block for collaborative and integrated eating disorder services
Authors: Sara McDevitt , Fiona McNicholas, Aileen Whyte, Rhona Jennings
Abstract
Introduction: (comprising context and problem statement) Eating

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CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS: A collaborative national procurement model for haemophilia medication procurement

By Karen O'Connell / October 17, 2017

A collaborative national procurement model for haemophilia medication procurement
Author: Brian O Mahony
Abstract
Haemophilia and von Willebrands disease are inherited bleeding disorders. There are 838 people with haemophilia in Ireland and 1,273 wi

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CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS: A framework approach to enable local leaders integrate care for older persons: moving from the ‘what’ to the ‘how’

By Karen O'Connell / October 17, 2017

A framework approach to enable local leaders integrate care for older persons: moving from the ‘what’ to the ‘how’
Author: Patrick John Harnett
Abstract
The aging population is a healthcare ‘game changer’ (1,2,3) Multi-morbidities increase with age

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CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS: Project ECHO NI

By Karen O'Connell / October 17, 2017

Project ECHO NI
Authors: Áine McMullan, Max Watson
Abstract
Introduction: Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) http://ECHO.unm.edu is a pioneering telementoring programme developed in the School of Medicine at  University of Ne

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