If you have not had a chance, take a look at work being conducted with the World Health Organization on Transformative Education for Health Professionals with IPE as one of its six themes.     

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Call for hosting the ATBH Conference in 2020

The World Coordinating Committee ATBH warmly welcomes expressions of interest from universities and health service organisations in hosting the tenth ATBH conference to be held in 2020. First held in London in 1997, ATBH conferences have met in Vancouver, London, Stockholm, Sydney, Kobe, Pittsburgh, and Oxford with Auckland to follow in 2018. Candidates can contact WCC members and administrators for additional information. Click here for further info.

The Manipal University and the Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for designing and developing inter-professional initiatives. John H.V. Gilbert, founding director of CIHC, lauded the efforts of Manipal University for being the pioneer in the field of inter-professional education in the region. He commended Manipal University for its vision to develop the FAIMER International Institute for Inter-professional education and practice (MUFIILIPE).

Conferences & Events

Mar 6, 2018
Nexus Summit 2018 - Call for Abstracts
Creating Results – Interprofessional Vision to Action
Hyatt Regency Minneapolis in Minneapolis, MN
Mar 15, 2018
All Together Better Health 2020 International Conference - Call to Organize

The World Coordinating Committee (WCC) ATBH warmly welcomes initial expressions of interest from universities and health service organisations in hosting the tenth ATBH conference to be held in 2020. First held in London in 1997, ATBH conferences have met in Vancouver, London, Stockholm, Sydney, Kobe, Pittsburgh, and Oxford with Auckland to follow in 2018. The conferences bring together up to 900 delegates from around the world to promote interprofessional education towards improving global health through closer collaboration. Delegates include health and social care professionals and educators, policy makers, students and service users and carers.

Interested organisations should be an institution active in the domain of health and/or social care, or of higher education in this domain, or a regional network in IPE/CP, or a consortium of institutions be willing to work closely with a regional network represented on the World Coordinating Committee. The need to be prepared to carry full financial liability for the conference, and organize the conference according to the general guidelines and the general program schedule, over 3 days in the period to define between May and October 2020 and to be agreed with the WCC-ATBH. It is important to provide an easily accessible venue for international participation with evidence of available accommodation for a minimum of 500 delegates over 3 days in the conference venue. Preferably the organisation will have a track record in interprofessional education and collaborative practice nationally and internationally. Expressions of interest should indicate that these criteria are met. Bids need to be submitted by 15th March, 2018 to the WCC Secretariat;
Dr. Sundari Joseph or Dr. Shobhana Nagraj
Location to be determined
Sep 3 to Sep 6, 2018
All Together Better Health IX 2018
- Transforming the Landscape of Healthcare
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in Auckland, New Zealand
Oct 26 to Oct 27, 2018
Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA

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