All Together Better Health

10th international conference on interprofessional education and collaborative practice

Now postponed to 22-25 October 2021, Doha, Qatar

upcoming conferences

ATBH Conference

Qatar University will host the tenth event of the All Together Better Health (ATBH) conference in Doha, Qatar from 22-25 October 2021. The conference is expected to gather more than 500 health and social care professionals, health educators, policy makers, students as well as health service users from around the globe for a three-day program which addresses global health challenges.

Visit the conference website to learn more, submit an abstract and register for this biennial
event.

Interprofessional.Global Partnership Meeting

Dates to be Confirmed, October 2021, Doha, Qatar

Setting priories and plans for the global interprofessional education and collaborative practice movement

PRIORITIES & PLANNING

PARTNERSHIP MEETING

Registration for our annual partnership meeting October 2021, Doha, Qatar will be announced soon.

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

  • For 3½ days we will build relationships to strengthen our consensus-based partnership.
  • Set priorities and plans for the global interprofessional education
    and collaborative practice movement
  • Who should join this very important meeting? Representatives from all established and emerging IPECP networks from around the globe, working and special interest group collaborators.
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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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We welcome:

  • IPECP-related organisations and networks (regional, emerging or special interest groups)
  • Individuals such as working group collaborators, service-users, students, practitioners, academics and researchers

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