Events and conferences (National Centre for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice)

National events and conferences

RiSC: The Rural Inter-professional Simulation Course Medical Focus

Medical RiSC is a course run by the University of Otago Rural Postgraduate Programme and designed specifically for interprofessional rural hospital teams in New Zealand. It is an immersive 3 day course that focuses on emergency medical care using highly realistic skills simulations and workshops.

Rural hospital doctors, nurses, paramedics and rural GPs are invited to attend and extend their clinical knowledge and skills for medical emergency management.

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Interprofessional Education Showcase

2020 theme: Developing & Sustaining Interprofessional Relationships

A free, biennial forum, held at the Auckland University of Technology City Campus, which aims to showcase research and practice in interprofessional education from around the country.

The forum is a well-attended event and an excellent opportunity to network within the IPE community.

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International events and conferences

ANZAHPE 2020 Conference

The Call for Abstracts for the annual ANZAHPE Conference, to be held in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia from the 12-15 July 2020, is now open. The Melbourne theme is 2020 Vision for Learning Cultures, and we invite health professional educators, clinical educators, educational researchers, health education providers, health professional students and anyone involved in innovative health profession educational practice to consider submitting an abstract.

Presentation formats are 15 minute oral presentation (10 min + 5 minutes for questions), poster including a 3 minute presentation, Personally Arranged Learning Session (PeArL) (45 minutes), symposium (90 minutes), 3 minute lightning talk, and pre-conference workshop (90 minutes). Please note only a small number of pre-conference workshops can be accepted.

To learn more about the different types of presentations, see the ANZAHPE Conference Presentation Style Guide and the abstract templates on the Conference website

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All Together Better Health X 2021

We are inviting you to start submitting abstracts for the 10th International Conference on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice (IPECP), All Together Better Health X. Please save the date:

  • Date: 22 – 25 October 2021
  • Location: Doha, Qatar

All Together Better Health (ATBH) is the leading global IPECP conference, previously hosted in Japan, Australia, Sweden, United Kingdom, Canada, America and New Zealand. We are pleased to be bringing this biennial event to the Middle East for the first time! ATBH provides a collaborative forum for transnational champions to promote IPECP towards improving global health through consensus-based partnership, share ideas and address emerging health care challenges.

The ATBH X conference committee, in close collaboration with Interprofessional.Global, welcomes all practitioners, educators, researchers, students, academics, administrators, policy makers, and service users from health and social care settings from around the globe. The ATBH X conference aims to inspire and provide opportunities to share knowledge, compare perspectives, exchange experiences and transform current understandings of IPECP. Our 10th anniversary conference theme is Cultivating a Collaborative Culture: Sharing Pearls of Wisdom. The subthemes are based on:

  • ADVOCATING for people-centred care, health and wellbeing
  • EMBRACING diversity of stakeholders
  • INFORMING regional and global IPECP policies and standards
  • PROMOTING safety in and beyond health and social care settings
  • SHARING models of best practice in IPECP

We welcome abstracts within the scope of IPECP under one of the above subthemes. Before submission, please check the important guidelines, in the link below, to ensure that your submission is in line with the requirements. We look forward to having you share your pearls of wisdom. Submit your abstract by 23 February (23:59 GMT+3) via the following link:

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