Newsletter 1
June 2019
A digest of successful transformation stories, news and other resources available on
IntegratedCare4People is...
a global exchange platform launched in May 2016 to support the implementation of the WHO Framework on integrated people-centred health services.

...aiming at...
disseminating knowledge and tools to transform service delivery by promoting the translation of knowledge into action worldwide.
Video: what is people-centred care?

WHO is supporting countries to progress towards universal health coverage by designing health systems around the needs of people instead of diseases and health institutions, so that everyone gets the right care, at the right time, in the right place.

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Five strategies to implement the Framework on Integrated People-Centred Health Services

WHO recommends five interwoven strategies that need to be implemented in order for health service delivery to become more people-centred and integrated. Health authorities are encouraged to select those policies and interventions that best fit their national, sub-national or local needs and to customize them to match their priorities, capabilities and resources.

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International Summer School Integrated Care 

Integrated care is gradually moving out of its niche and into the focus of decision makers, clinicians, and managers around the world. This has also spiked interest in how theories, concepts, and components of integrated care can be operationalized and successfully implemented in practice. This year´s summer school, organized by the International Foundation for Integrated Care (IFIC) and to be held on 23 to 28 June, will discuss all of these challenges with leaders in this field whilst also introducing participants to a new module on leadership and managing change.

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Keep Learning with our Communities holds several Communities. You can discuss and interact with your peers on a broad range of subjects. Share your experiences, examine challenges and successes and build a global movement for change.

Primary Health Care - Young Leaders Network 

After the Global Conference on Primary Health Care and the Declaration of Astana, there is renewed global commitment towards primary health care, including recognition of its fundamental role in achieving Universal Health Coverage and health-related SDGs.

As part of the implementation phase, WHO has selected 21 PHC Young Leaders, for whom the SDG era will form an integral part of their professional lives. 

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Join us and share your knowledge. We are seeking practices/case studies, resources, insights, news, events, and individuals/groups interested in joining/facilitating a community of practice.

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