Webinars

Our webinar series offer a flexible, easy to access learning experience, which answer to the demands of professionals and students alike. By mixing videos and presentations with live question and answer sessions, participants have the chance to ask burning questions in a relaxed and safe environment. The pre-recorded videos, background material and recommended reading lists are available for download after each webinar session. The webinar series is often organised in cooperation with one of IFIC’s partners, and address current topics giving a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art theory as well as illustrating the concepts of Integrated Care and includes numerous practical examples from around the world. The guest speakers are also recruited from our substantive network, thus offering the unique opportunity to ask questions of leading experts in the field.

Upcoming courses

Integrated Care Matters Webinars Series 8: Care Closer to Home

Integrated Care Matters Webinars Series 8: Care Closer to Home

11/10/2023 - 19/06/2024    
All Day
IFIC Scotland and partners are delighted to announce the first webinar in our Integrated Care Matters Series 8. This series will consider acute hospital care can be a complex and potentially harmful experience for people with complex care and support needs. Multiple ward moves increase the risk of delirium and deconditioning, prolong length of hospital stay and reduce the likelihood of return home.
IFIC LatAm Workshop Series End of Life and Integrated Care: Practices and Challenges 2023-2024

IFIC LatAm Workshop Series End of Life and Integrated Care: Practices and Challenges 2023-2024

25/10/2023 - 25/10/2024    
All Day
This IFIC LatAm Workshop Series End of Life and Integrated Care: Practices and Challenges 2023-2024 aim is to create a framework for learning about integrated care and end of life practices.
IFIC Australia Webinar - ‘Epic Fails’ in Integrated Care – Learning from our Failures

IFIC Australia Webinar - ‘Epic Fails’ in Integrated Care – Learning from our Failures

22/05/2024    
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
There are many ways in which we get things wrong when integrating care: A lack of shared values or vision, The local context hasn't been considered, People and communities are not at the centre of health and care services, The capacity of local communities may have been neglected, The workforce is not sustainable, Governance models are not in place, or there is an absence of leadership, There’s an inability for data and information to be collected, stored, and shared, Financial systems are fragmented or No one has considered what success will look like or how it will be measured.

Webinar Series archives

Here you can browse and find videos and resources from previous webinar series.