doctors ihc 2023 conference
April 4-5, 2023 | online

2023 Integrated Health Care conference

Integrated Health Care conference

Integrated Health Care in China, Southeast and South Asia

Join colleagues, clinicians and researchers online for the 2023 Integrated Health Care Conference, a two-day event taking place April 4-5.

Integrated health care is a patient-centered, team-based, coordinated approach to treatment of medical, lifestyle, psychiatric and substance use disorders. The IHC approach developed in response to the global epidemic of non-communicable diseases that are largely caused by lifestyle health behaviors (e.g., diet, physical activity) and often made worse by co-morbid psychiatric and substance use disorders. The IHC approach is growing in the United States, but in Asia there are barriers to design implementation, such as culture, health care system, the workforce, and COVID-19 pandemic. This conference will address this gap by presenting approaches to address IHC in Asia from clinicians and researchers in China and Southeast and South Asia.

Visit the schedule page for the complete agenda and register now for this professional learning opportunity, hosted by Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions.

General registration: No cost.
USA continuing education credits: $50.
Asia continuing education credits: $10.

Register now

Continuing education

This 2023 Integrated Health Care Conference is approved for up to 5 hours of continuing professional education credit through the ASU Office of Interprofessional Continuing Health Education for medicine, nursing, psychology, social work and interprofessional continuing education. Visit the continuing education page for more information about credits and requirements.

The 2023 Integrated Health Care Conference was organized by the College of Health Solutions. The planning committee includes representatives from different gender, racial, ethnic and age groups from a variety of disciplines. The composition of the committee is designed to reflect the broader Arizona community. The topic and speaker selections are also designed to address diversity in the integrated health care workforce and in approaches to diverse patient populations.

Learning objectives

  • Identify the needs for integrated health care in Asia and the barriers to implementation and sustainability.
  • Describe examples of integrated health care interventions in Asia designed to address NCD’s, lifestyle, psychiatric or substance use disorders.
  • Describe approaches to evaluate the clinical effectiveness of IHC interventions.