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23rd May 2024

NACIC24 Call for Papers Now Open

The North America Conference on Integrated Care has launched a call for papers submissions on the science, knowledge and application of Integrated Care in relation to the 2024 conference themes

The North America Conference on Integrated Care (NACIC24) co-hosted with the International Foundation for Integrated CareIFIC Canada, the North America Centre for Integrated Care and the International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC) and the Health System Performance Network at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto will take place in the Westin Calgary, Canada from 15-17 October 2024. With the overarching theme ‘Creating Health with Integrated Care’, the conference will bring together leaders, researchers, clinicians, managers, community representatives, patients and caregivers from around the world who are engaged in the design and delivery of integrated health and care. The conference is kindly supported by our premier partners Health Standards Organization (HSO) and Accreditation Canada.

The conference is particularly organised around the following themes:

  1. Human-level transformation for collective impact
  2. Community-enabled population health and wellbeing
  3. Integrated teams and systems: navigating complexity and change

Find out more about the conference themes.

Call for Papers Open Until Friday, 31 May!

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, 31 May. 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) and recordings of presentations, workshops and all digital posters will be connected to the Knowledge Tree.

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 chose one of the 9 Pillars that their paper is most relevant to, understanding that there will be overlap. This system will enable the programme committee and Special Interest Group leads, to group papers together in a way that works best for delegates to navigate the programme and maximize the learning opportunities. The full abstract should be limited to 500 words. Download Abstract Submission Guidelines.

Submit an abstract

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