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June 2021


King’s College London & CAIPE.
‘The Reduction of Harm through Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice”

This conference will provide a forum that prioritises deliberations over presentations. Our principal aim is to take on the question of how to realise interprofessionalism and interprofessional learning in ways that impact on how care happens: what kinds of interprofessional learning and working are needed to tackle the increasingly complex circumstances that define the real world of care provision?

King’s CAIPE Conference 2021 flyer

Registration and Abstract Submission Open

King’s College London, Somerset House Campus, London

September 2020


Zurich, Switzerland

October 2021

14 – 15

Nordic Interprofessional Network
Nipnet Conference

Gothenburg, Sweden

August 2020

AUGUST 28, 2020, 13:00 – 16:00 UTC/GMT TIME ZONE

The Network towards Unity for Health.



This forum focuses on policy recommendations developed and guided by Global Health Thought Leaders:

Social Accountability and Accreditation
Interprofessional Education and Team Based Care
Population Health
Women’s Health
Migrant and Refugee Health
Ageing Society
Country by Country Response Analysis to COVID-19

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Global health policy leaders and associations are convening global leaders, publishing research and policy articles, and releasing “call to action” initiatives for political leaders and health system institutions to adopt and implement.  TUFH promotes three primary strategies to better support local change agents:

  1. Local change networks, taking into consideration their own unique barriers, often require international support in the form of published research or policy action papers, support networks, and initial funding.
  2. Local leaders can be better able to respond to local complexities and optimize local assets if they have tools that translate policy and knowledge to action. 
  3. Local Change Networks need systems that collect data across a wide range of local contexts and systems-based analysis approaches to reveal patterns of systems change as they progress.

In response to the first strategy, TUFH’s 14 TUFH Policy Fellows led the curation of 7 Policy Action Papers, guided by Global Health Thought Leaders, resulting in concrete policy recommendations. 


Elise Kiguli-Malwadde, General Secretary

KEYNOTE: Incorporating Complex System Thinking into Project & Policy Design
Akiko Maeda, Co-Chair, System and Policy Change Taskforce

Social Accountability and Accreditation

Titi Savitri and Yassein Elhussein

Interprofessional Education and Team Based Care 
Toyese Oyeyemi and Samar Ahmed

Population Health
Farah Shroff and Brian Valdez

Ageing Society 
Sun-Ming Jessica Pan and Yi Li

Migrant and Refugee Health
Julia Lechuga and Mengchun Zhou

Women’s Health
Isabelle Luzuriaga, Ephraim Kumi Senkyire, and Farah Shroff

COVID-19 Global Responses
Oday Goodness Ogeyi and Danning Chen

BREAK OUT GROUPS Guiding Questions
1) What is an overarching common agenda unifying the policy recommendations to serve as a rallying point for Collective Action?
2) What are the top 1-2 common measurements that each institution or health ministry could measure and report upon into a Collective Action dashboard?


16 September 2020

Interprofessional.Global Cafe

All-online IPE: Do’s & Don’ts

All around the world we are aware of the impact of Covid-19 on higher education and healthcare. Many higher education institutions have taken actions to transform their face-to-face education into a blended form, or even an all-online one. Naturally, this crisis we are facing has an impact on interprofessional education (IPE) as well. For many higher education institutions this crisis meant that their IPE was cancelled or postponed or that the IPE had to be transformed into all-online education. The latter has several challenges from a didactic point of view. Since we do not know when or if we ever will be going back to a former situation, we would like to discuss the topic of all-online IPE with you.

There are three specific questions that we have formulated for this one hour session, of which we would like to ask you to think about before the session. These questions are:

  •  What advice can you give others in what works well and what does not in providing online IPE?
  • Which all-online activities/tasks are best suited for students to acquire their IPE competencies?
  • What would assessment of IPE competencies look like in all-online IPE?

Host: Hester Smeets, Zuyd University, Netherlands

Join the discussion 06.00-07.00 GMT

Join the discussion 14.00-15.00 GMT