Watch #ICIC19 LIVE from San Sebastian!
We're LIVE STREAMING the ICIC19 Conference LIVE from San Sebastian on 1-3 April. All IFIC Members will receive the live stream link. If you are not an IFIC community member, there's still time to sign-up and register below.
What will you learn?
With the overarching theme ‘Evaluating and implement models of integrated people-centred services’, the conference is a partnership of OSAKIDETZA – Basque Health Service, Bioef, Ministry for Health of the Basque Government the City Council of Donostia-San Sebastian and the Provincial Council of Gipuzkoa.
The conference will bring together researchers, clinicians and managers from around the world who are engaged in the design and delivery of integrated health and social care.
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We know by filming #ICIC19 it will provide inspiration & education to those who can not travel, or don't have the budget or time to attend. Don't miss out, our on-demand coverage is the next best thing to being there.
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Hear what our network said about previous conferences
Sorry, just attending virtually! excellent live-feed. Waving twitterhello! #ICIC17— Neil Chadborn (@nchadborn) May 8, 2017
That was a great talk! Watching #ICIC17 online— Gerard Crotty for Yes (@gmcrotty) May 9, 2017
Can't make it to San Sebastian? - Watch LIVE online
Hear from our expert panel of speakers. Download the Conference Programme here »
Stephen M. Shortell
Professor of the Graduate School,
School of Public Health, Dean Emeritus,
Berkeley School of Public Health
Dr. Shortell has served as Principal Investigator on the National Surveys of Physician Organizations (NSPO 1, 2, and 3). His particular expertise is in conceptualizing, measuring, and analyzing organizational factors that are associated with physician organization and health system performance. His more than 300 peer-reviewed papers have appeared in a wide variety of organizational and health services/health policy research journals, and he is the author or co-author of ten books.
Dr. Shortell is an elected member of the National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine), past editor of Health Services Research, and past president of the Association for Health Services Research (Academy Health).
He has been the recipient of the distinguished Baxter Allegiance Prize for his contributions to health services research, the Distinguished Investigator Award from Academy Health, the AHA/HRET TRUST Leadership Award, and many other awards. In 2006-2007, he was a Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.
Professor Sir Michael G. Marmot
UCL Institute of Health Equity
Sir Michael Marmot is Professor of Epidemiology at University College London, Director of the UCL Institute of Health Equity, and Immediate Past President of the World Medical Association.
He is the author of The Health Gap: the challenge of an unequal world (Bloomsbury: 2015) and Status Syndrome: how your place on the social gradient directly affects your health (Bloomsbury: 2004). Professor Marmot holds the Harvard Lown Professorship for 2014-2017 and is the recipient of the Prince Mahidol Award for Public Health 2015. He has been awarded honorary doctorates from 18 universities.
Marmot has led research groups on health inequalities for over 40 years. He chairs the Commission on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas, set up in 2015 by the World Health Organizations’ Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO/ WHO). He was Chair of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health (CSDH), which was set up by the World Health Organization in 2005, and produced the report entitled: ‘Closing the Gap in a Generation’ in August 2008.
He served as President of the British Medical Association (BMA) in 2010-2011 and is President of the British Lung Foundation. He is an Honorary Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology; a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences; an Honorary Fellow of the British Academy, and an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health of the Royal College of Physicians.
Michael chairs the Commission on Equity and Health Inequalities in the Americas, set up in 2015 by the World Health Organizations’ Pan-American Health Organization (PAHO/ WHO). The Commission will analyse the main drivers of health inequalities in the Americas, focusing on gender, ethnicity, and human rights as well as the social, economic, environmental, political and cultural factors that shape health.
Leadership Expert and Author of New Book Managing the Myths of Healthcare
Henry Mintzberg s a Canadian academic and author on business and management. He is currently the Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, where he has been teaching since 1968.
In 1997, Professor Mintzberg was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 1998 he was made an Officer of the National Order of Quebec. He is now a member of the Strategic Management Society.
In 2004 he published a book entitled Managers Not MBAs (Mintzberg 2004) which outlines what he believes to be wrong with management education today. Mintzberg claims that prestigious graduate management schools like Harvard Business School and the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania are obsessed with numbers and that their overzealous attempts to make management a science are damaging the discipline of management. Mintzberg advocates more emphasis on post graduate programs that educate practicing managers (rather than students with little real world experience) by relying upon action learning and insights from their own problems and experiences.
Mintzberg has twice won the McKinsey Award for publishing the best article in the Harvard Business Review (despite his critical stance about the strategy consulting business). He is also credited with co-creating the organigraph, which is taught in business schools.
From 1991 to 1999, he was a visiting professor at INSEAD.
Mintzberg writes on the topics of management and business strategy, with more than 150 articles and fifteen books to his name. His seminal book, The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning (Mintzberg 1994), criticizes some of the practices of strategic planning today.
Mintzberg runs two programs at the Desautels Faculty of Management which have been designed to teach his alternative approach to management and strategic planning: the International Masters in Practicing Management (I.M.P.M.) in association with the McGill Executive Institute and the International Masters for Health Leadership (I.M.H.L.). With Phil LeNir, he owns Coaching Ourselves International, a private company using his alternative approach for management development directly in the workplace.
Dr. María Ángeles Durán
Professor of Sociology
Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC)
Professor of Sociology, she has made research stays at the universities of Cambridge, Rio de Janeiro (P.U.C.), Michigan, European Institute of Florence, Autonomous University of Mexico, and College of Spain in Paris. She is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.
In 2002, she received the National Research Award for Social, Economic and Legal Sciences (2002). In 2018, the National Prize in Sociology and Political Science (2018). She has been recognized with the Honoris Causa Doctorate by the Universities of Valencia, Granada, and Autonomous University of Madrid.
She has directed the Department of Socioeconomic Analysis of the Higher Council of Scientific Research, has been president of the Spanish Federation of Sociology and member of the executive committee of the International Sociological Association (ISA).
Very commited with innovation in science and society, she was a founder of the Women’s Studies Seminar and first director of the UNESCO Chair in Equality Policies at the Autonomous University of Madrid.
She often cooperates with social movements and international organizations, including UNESCO, World Health Organization, ILO, Economic Commission for Latin America, United Nations Development Program, UNFPA, ONUMujeres, as well as public and private foundations.
Author of more than two hundred publications, her latest book “The Invisible Wealth of Care” (2018) proposes a framework of economic analysis that integrates monetarized and non-monetarized resources, especially unpaid care work.