International Journal of Integrated Care

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 2014 Annual Conference took place in April in Brussels. 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 October-December 2014 issue.

Announcements

 

International Digital Health and Care Supplement 2014

 
The International Digital Health and Care Supplement 2014 is now available.  
Posted: 2014-11-03 More...
 

Conference: 15th International Conference for Integrated Care, Edinburgh 2015

 
Click here for details of our 15th International Conference for Integrated Care.  
Posted: 2014-10-16 More...
 
More Announcements...

vol 14, October-December 2014

Table of Contents

Editorial

What are the principles that underpin integrated care? HTML PDF
Lourdes Ferrer, Nick Goodwin

Research and Theory

Collaborative interaction points in post-discharge stroke care Abstract HTML PDF
Nadia Davoody, Sabine Koch, Ingvar Krakau, Maria Hägglund
Patient participation in discharge planning conference Abstract HTML PDF
Angela Bångsbo, Eva Lidén, Anna Dunér
Patient centredness in integrated care: results of a qualitative study based on a systems theoretical framework Abstract HTML PDF
Daniel Lüdecke
Relational continuity of care in integrated maternity and child health clinics improve parents’ service experiences Abstract HTML PDF
Miia Tuominen, Anne Kaljonen, Pia Ahonen, Päivi Rautava

Theses

Health Systems Integration: Competing or Shared Mental Models? HTML PDF
Jenna M. Evans


ISSN: 1568-4156