Editorial Policy


Editorial policy

The IntegratedCare4People web platform is a website built up and supported by its users. This means that every user can register and contribute to all parts of the platform. In order to guarantee that all the information it contains and receives is relevant and of high quality, this editorial policy will be applied to help us assess all the content submitted and proposed for upload.  

We distinguish three steps in the editorial process:

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We envision that you will receive a response within two weeks of sending your request for a new community, or until the publication of your resource or practice.  

All knowledge generated on the web platform, in the form of practices, communities and other features, is governed by a Creative Commons License. You can find more information about the copyright in the Terms of Use

  

Inclusion criteria

All content on the IntegratedCare4People web platform need to meet the following inclusion criteria. All resources, practices and communities need to be:

  • Supporting Universal Health Coverage – Supporting moves towards Universal Health Coverage, defined as ensuring that all people have access to the promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health services that they need, that these are of sufficient quality to be effective, while also ensuring that use of these services does not expose the user to financial hardship.
  • Led by whole-systems thinking – That views the health system as a whole and tries to understand how its component parts interact with each other and how the system might be influenced by factors beyond it. 
  • Ethical – By making sure that care optimizes the risk–benefit ratio in all interventions, respects the individual’s right to make autonomous and informed decisions, safeguards privacy, protects the most vulnerable and ensures the fair distribution of resources. 
  • Participatory – The notion of people-centred and integrated health services puts informed and empowered people at the centre of the health system. Therefore, processes to develop national strategies for such services should ensure accountability to local stakeholders and, especially, to disadvantaged populations.