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The ATBH6 has been successfully held.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.

Please find the final report of ATBH6 from here.

2012/09/20 Please check the students' page for information on the Health Care Team Challenge and other events.
2012/09/12
The provisional conference program that was uploaded on the 12th has now been replaced with the final version.
2012/09/04 Information for students about free accommodation. Please check the accomodation page.
2012/08/24
Instructions for presentations are now available, please click the abstracts page.
2012/04/23
Information about keynote speakers is available on the Web page.
2012/02/01
Pre-registration started.


Provisional Programme Book (final) is now available.
We will be soon up to date.
Please check the following PDF file.

Provisional Programme final (PDF file, 5.47 MB)

program

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A warm welcome to the website of ATBHVI:

The All Together Better Health conferences are the leading international interprofessional education and collaborative practice symposia. The ATBH conferences are supported by InterEd, the international association for Interprofessional Education and Collaborative Practice - a not-for-profit association.

The fifth conference in the series was held in Australia in April 2010, hosted by the Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network (AIPPEN). This is the first time the All Together Better Health Conference will be held in Asia. We hope that visiting this website will be a first action in Exploring New Horizons. As preparations for ATBHVI progress we will be updating this website to keep you informed. Please regularly visit our website.

The Japan ATBHVI Organizing Committee  

GUEST EDITORIAL: The ATBHVI Organizing Committee.  
Not behind the horizon anymore: Interprofessional education and collaborative  practice in Japan.  
Journal of Interprofessional Care, 2012, 26: 81-82