Dates and Theme for ILC 2018

In 2018 the ILC annual Conference and Summit will be back at Oxford, jointly hosted by Green Templeton College, Oxford University, and Oxford Brookes University. The dates for the event are June 11-13, 2018. The theme will focus on Methods,

Welcome to the ILC 2017!

The conference committee and the International Learning Collaborative (ILC) Steering Group welcome you to the 9th┬áInternational Learning Collaborative Annual Conference and Summit 2017 in Uppsala, Sweden. To register and pick up your conference badge and bag, please go to Gr├Ânwallsalen

Registrations for ILC 2017 now open

The ILC’s annual three-day Conference and Summit will be held this year at Uppsala University and Uppsala University Hospital, Sweden, on 12-14 June. This year’s event centres on the theme: “Involving the Patient”. The aim is to explore innovative strategies

New CPD articles

ILC members have recently had two Continuing Professional Development (CPD) articles accepted by Nursing Standard. One article provides guidance on how nurses can develop trusting and positive relationships with their patients in real-time. The second focuses on implementing person-centred fundamental

Save the Date – ILC 2017

Don’t forget to Save the Date for next year’s ILC Conference and Summit to be held on June 12-14 in Uppsala, Sweden. It promises to be another exciting three days of discussion, debate, networking and showcasing the latest research on

ILC 2016 Newsletter

This year, the ILC Conference and Summit saw us back in the beautiful grounds of Green Templeton College, Oxford University. With a focus on translating evidence into practice, the annual event offered engaging presentations, thought-provoking discussions, and excellent opportunities for

New ILC Publication

ILC members have had a paper accepted in Nursing Inquiry on transforming empirical evidence into practice-relevant recommendations for nurses. The paper describes the development of a novel methodological approach, called holistic interpretive synthesis, which synthesises empirical research evidence with knowledge