The conference attracts 1000 researchers, clinicians and managers from over 60 countries, who are engaged in the design and delivery of integrated health and social care. The 20th International Conference on Integrated Care will take place from 27-29 April 2020 in Amadria Park Convention Centre, Šibenik, Croatia.
The conference will build 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 stigmatizing effect, including for example mental health and addiction issues;
- Better managing the care of vulnerable populations including for example 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 the people-centred integrated care.
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The annual International Conference on Health Promoting Hospitals and Health Services (HPH) is the main event of the International HPH Network. It is a forum for learning and exchanging knowledge and experiences on health promotion in and by hospitals and health services. The annual HPH Conference usually attracts a very wide range of professionals – from health practitioners to consultants, scientists, and politicians. On average, the conference hosts about 500 delegates per year.
This year´s conference will take place on 3-5 June 2020 in Seoul, Korea.
Let’s solve challenges together at EHMA 2020!
European health systems are navigating through a period where challenges and opportunities have never been greater or starker. While public finances remain constrained, innovation in technology and evolution in therapeutic possibilities have reached unprecedented highs. And every day we get closer to full exploitation of opportunities given by big data, artificial intelligence and robotics.
At the same time, population dynamics are unstoppable, with sharp acceleration in chronic diseases, aging and frailty. In this perspective, we are collectively faced by the need to generate shared awareness, sense of urgency and visions for transformations and changes within health sectors, healthcare systems, organisations, and for role development of managers and clinical and professional leaders.
The focus of this year´s conference on 9-11 June 2020 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, will be on framing the new paradigms and visions that can reconcile health needs generated by the context with capacity determined by health system reconfigurations and players’ development.
This year´s theme of the European Health Economics Association Conference will be “Health Economics for sustainable welfare systems”. The conference will be held on 7-10- July 2020 in Oslo, Norway.
The purpose of the EUHEA is to promote cooperation among all national health economics associations and groups in Europe as well as to profile and foster health economics at European universities.
July 24th marks International Self-Care Day, an annual opportunity to put a spotlight on self-care and the benefit effective self-care can bring to both individuals and healthcare systems as a vital foundation of health. International Self-Care Day was initiated back in 2011, and takes place every year on 24th July demonstrating the importance of self-care to be employed 24 hours a day, and 7 days a week.
For successful universal healthcare, we need to enable people to be active decision-makers in their own healthcare rather than passive recipients. Effective self-care ensures people are empowered to prevent, test for and treat their health conditions themselves. The number of health issues that can be handled through self-care continues to grow. Facilitating improved levels of health literacy ensures people can take charge of their own health with evidence-based self-care interventions.
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Once a year ISQua brings together over 1,500 key decision-makers from over 80 countries to share their expertise and knowledge in health care quality and safety improvement.
Together with Centro Regionale Gestione Rischio Clinico e Sicurezza del Paziente (GRC) and the Italian Network for Safety in Healthcare, ISQua is delighted to host its 37th International Conference on 30 August – 02 September 2020 in Florence, Italy.
The theme of this year´s conference is ‘Emotion, Inspiration and Creativity: Pathways to Global Health Quality’.
This year´s G-I-N Conference will take place from 29 September to 02 October 2020 in Toronto, Canada. The conference theme will address the important issue of Making Health Choices Transparent, Equitable and Efficient. The conference will explore this across a range of important perspectives, including strengthening global guideline quality, technology, collaboration and adaptation.
The conference is being hosted by McMaster University, a medical-doctoral, research-intensive university.
Self Care Week is an annual national awareness week that focuses on embedding support for self care across communities, families and generations. Live Self Care for Life is the strap line and organisations are being encouraged to use Self Care Week as a hook to help people “live” self care for a healthier, happier life. Increasingly, organisations are becoming more sophisticated in their endeavours to empower people to look after their own health better using Self Care Week as the hook.
Are you also planning some activities around self care? Apply here to take part at the Self Care Week Awards.