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 for harnessing, synthesising and operationalising evidence and effectively involving patients in healthcare research, education, practice […]

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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 networking and collaboration. Professor Denise Lievelsey, Principal, Green Templeton College, welcomed more than 50 international […]

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A Wrap Up of the 2015 ILC Conference and Summit

Hosted by St Michael’s Hospital and Bridgepoint Active Healthcare in Toronto, Canada, this year’s annual ILC event saw a diverse range of nursing leaders, clinicians, researchers and policy-makers come together to discuss, debate and develop innovative solutions to ensure the delivery of high-quality fundamental care globally.  The theme for this year’s three-day event was ‘How […]

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ILC Awarded Green Templeton College Small Grant

The International Learning Collaborative (ILC) were recently successful in securing a Green Templeton College Small Grant to host its 9th annual Conference Day and Summit at Green Templeton College (GTC), University of Oxford, in 2016. The small grants were awarded to academics to undertake activities such as lectures, seminar series or research within the 2015/2016 academic […]

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2014 ILC Summit

The 2014 ILC Summit was officially opened by Sir David Watson. In his opening address Sir David reflected upon the important role an Oxford College can play in enabling and encouraging debate around the complex problems of contemporary society. He challenged the delegates to think about the meaning of care in contemporary society and how a group such as the ILC could begin to shape some of the emerging debates. […]

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