Welcome to IJIC!
The International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes original articles in the field of integrated care on a continuous basis.
Established in 2000, IJIC's mission has been to promote integrated care as a scientific discipline. IJIC's primary purpose has been to examine critically the policy and practice of integrated care and whether and how this has impacted on quality-of-care, user experiences, and cost-effectiveness. Learn more about the focus and scope of the Journal by clicking here.
Our 2015 Annual Conference took place in March in Edinburgh. The Conference Supplement is available here.
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The IJIC is sponsored by the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC), a not for profit network that crosses organisational and professional boundaries to bring people together to advance the science, knowledge and adoption of integrated care policy and practice around the world.
Recently published: Please see below our current July-September 2015 issue.
Conference: Technology Innovations
|Supporting Integrated Care at Home and in Communities|
Special Issue: Integrating Care to Older People and those with Complex Needs
|Special Issue: Integrating Care to Older People and those with Complex Needs: Examining the Lessons from International Case Studies from a Project Funded by the Commonwealth Fund|
Vol 15, July - September 2015
Table of Contents
|How should integrated care address the challenge of people with complex health and social care needs? Emerging lessons from international case studies||HTML PDF|
Research and Theory
|Parents’ perspectives of the transition to home when a child has complex technological health care needs||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Maria Brenner, Philip J Larkin, Carol Hilliard, Des Cawley, Frances Howlin, Michael Connolly|
|Micro practices of coordination based on complex adaptive systems: user needs and strategies for coordinating public health in Denmark||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Morten Deleuran Terkildsen, Inge Wittrup, Viola Burau|
|“Partners rather than just providers…”: A qualitative study on health care professionals’ views on implementation of multidisciplinary group meetings in the North West London Integrated Care Pilot||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Angelos P Kassianos, Agnieszka Ignatowicz, Geva Greenfield, Azeem Majeed, Josip Car, Yannis Pappas|
|Integrating rheumatology care in the community: can shared care work?||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Anita YN Lim, Chuen-Seng Tan, Bernadette PL Low, Tang-Ching Lau, Tze- Lee Tan, Lee-Gan Goh, Gim-Gee Teng|
|Towards implementing coordinated healthy lifestyle promotion in primary care: a mixed method study||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Kristin Thomas, Preben Bendtsen, Barbro Krevers|
|The performance of integrated health care networks in continuity of care: a qualitative multiple case study of COPD patients||Abstract HTML PDF Annexe 1 Annexe 2 Annexe 3|
|Sina Waibel, Ingrid Vargas, Marta-Beatriz Aller, Renata Gusmão, Diana Henao, María Luisa Vázquez|
|Institutional framework for integrated Pharmaceutical Benefits Management: results from a systematic review||Abstract HTML PDF|
|Tomasz Roman Hermanowski, Aleksandra Krystyna Drozdowska, Marta Kowalczyk|
|Mental health policy and practice – second edition||HTML PDF|