International Conference on Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice

ATBH X ‘reinvented’

Virtual ATBHX Reinvented Conference

Interprofessional.Global Facilitating Global Partnerships to address IPECP.

Over October and November 2021, Interprofessional.Global arranged a series of Global Café Webinars based on the accepted abstracts submitted to the postponed ATBH X conference. The presentations were hosted by the Regional IPECP Network members. These Regional Networks are APIPECnet, AIPPEN, Arab World, IndIPEN, AfrIPEN, CAIPE, IP-health, Nipnet, AIHC, CIHC and REIP.

The webinars were gathering individuals from around the globe listening to IPECP topics, followed by open discussions. .

Abstract Booklet of Titles and Presenters is available  here 


ATBH XI 2023

Qatar University

The 2021 ATBH Conference in Doha has been postponed to 2023 in light of the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Working interprofessionally in partnership reflects the unity we see in working with, for, and between service providers and service users.


The Zurich University of Applied Sciences  (Winterthur, Switzerland) hosted and sponsored the Winterthur Interprofessional.Global Symposium from 9 – 12 November 2021. Representatives from the established and emerging IPECP Networks affiliated with the confederation were building relationships to strengthen our consensus-based partnership and setting priorities and activities for the global interprofessional education and collaborative practice movement.


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"Better health for all through interprofessional education, practice and research"

Interprofessional.Global facilitates support and exchange between the interprofessional education and collaborative practice (IPECP) networks, establishes relationships with other like-minded organisations and welcomes and supports new networks sharing the same aims and values. Read more…

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Interprofessional.Global’s Evaluation Working Group seeks funding (€ 2200) to collect and analyse data on how effective our different working groups are to address the priorities we set as collaborative.

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