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Posted May 13, 2023
The 3rd Asia Pacific Conference on Integrated Care (APIC3) “Building healthcare system sustainability and resilience” will take place at the Wesley Conference Centre in Sydney from 13-15 November 2023.
The conference is organised in partnership between the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), IFIC Australia and the International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC) and supported by University of Sydney, Central Coast Research Institute (CCRI), University of Newcastle, Central Coast Local Health District, Sydney Local Health District, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, Children’s Health Queensland, Health Consumers NSW, Central and Eastern Sydney PHN and Centre of Research Excellence for Integrated Health and Social Care.
To create truly sustainable and resilient health and care systems that really address health inequalities, a system-wide transformation is needed. A new focus on preventative health, particularly for socially and economically disadvantaged communities is required to support better outcomes for all. This conference will focus on taking an equitable approach to designing and delivering health and care services, working across multiple organisations, health and care agencies, but also policing and housing and other support agencies, and including the NGO and the community sector. A system-wide approach is immediately required to achieve better outcomes for individual consumers and the wider population. Find out more about the conference themes.
The scientific committee for this conference has been established from international experts who are leading in the field of Integrated Care, and they are accepting paper submissions on research, policy, practice or education and specifically relating to the 9 Pillars of Integrated Care until Friday, 2 June. The full abstract should be limited to 500 words. All accepted abstracts will be published in the International Journal for Integrated Care (Impact factor 2.913).
Special consideration is given to papers that can demonstrate active people involvement in either or all of design, implementation, and evaluation!
Each abstract submitter is asked to choose one of the 9 Pillars that their paper is most relevant to, understanding that there will be overlap. This system will enable the program committee and Special Interest Group leads, to group papers together in a way that works best for delegates to navigate the program and maximize the learning opportunities. The full abstract should be limited to 500 words. Download Abstract Submission Guidelines.
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