Population-based approaches to integrated care: improving health and wellbeing outcomes for all
In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic and the travel restrictions in place, the 20th International Conference on Integrated Care in Croatia, scheduled for 27 – 29 April 2020, cannot go ahead as planned. The conference has NOT been cancelled and will take place later this year when attendees will be in a better position to participate. IFIC are currently working on an alternative solution and will be making an announcement in the comings weeks.
The 20th International Conference on Integrated Care (ICIC20) will take place in Amadria Park Convention Centre, Šibenik, Croatia from 27-29 April 2020.
The conference is a partnership between IFIC and the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Croatia, the City of Zagreb, Health Center Zagreb – Centar, Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, the University of Zagreb, Libertas International University and the Catholic University of Croatia.
The conference will attract 1,000 researchers, clinicians, and managers from over 60 countries, who are engaged in the design and delivery of integrated health and social care.
The conference will build on themes from previous years. Included in this year’s programme are papers that are focusing on the following areas:
Meeting the challenges of integrated care in early development, childhood and transitional care in adolescents
Integrated community care approaches for better management of diseases with a stigmatising effect, including mental health and addiction issues
Better managing the care of vulnerable populations including war veterans, and preventing isolation and loneliness
Integrating survivorship, caring for carers, palliative and end-of-life care
Use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital tools in people-centred integrated care
For the conference programme, logistics, and more information, visit the official website.
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Caring for carers, Childhood and transitional care in adolescents, Integrating survivorship, Integrated care, Management of diseases with a stigmatizing effect, Preventing isolation and loneliness, Palliative and end-of-life