The HIFA Steering Group is delighted to announce 6 new HIFA2015 Supporting Organisations in Australia, India, Poland, Spain, UK

8th March 2013

The HIFA Steering Group is delighted to announce 6 new HIFA2015 Supporting Organisations in Australia, India (2), Poland, Spain, UK:
1. East African Healthcare Forum (UK)
2. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research
3. Instituto de Cooperación Social INTEGRARE (Spain)
4. International Journal of Healthcare Research Research & Review (India)
5. Polish Telemedicine Society (Poland)
6. Rural and Remote Health journal (Australia)

1. East African Healthcare Forum (UK)
‘The East African Healthcare Forum is a UK-based, not for profit organisation that was founded in December 2011. It works to mobilize the UK-based East African Diaspora to contribute to healthcare improvement in East Africa.’

2. Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research (IJBAMR)
‘The Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research is a quarterly publishing internationally indexed multidisciplinary biomedical scientific journal publishing from Indian subcontinent. IJBAMR is an open access peer reviewed Biomedical journal available online as well as in print Version.’

3. Instituto de Cooperación Social INTEGRARE (Spain)
‘Instituto de Cooperación Social INTEGRARE (ICS Integrare) is a research Institute based in Barcelona, Spain. It provides research, technical assistance and management services that have a quantifiable impact on improving the efficiency, effectiveness and equity of social services (public and private) for country citizens and residents, including the vulnerable, displaced and migrants.’

4. International Journal of Healthcare Research Research & Review (India)
‘International Journal of Healthcare Research Research & Review is an open access, Peer reviewed, Multidisciplinary, International Biomedical journal devoted to the promotion of quality based, innovative research work in the field of Healthcare & Allied sciences sector from worldwide.’

5. Polish Telemedicine Society (Poland)
‘The Polish Telemedicine Society is a voluntary, self-governing and permanent association whose objectives include research activities to support the development of telemedicine and medical virtual reality in clinical practice and research in Poland.’

6. Rural and Remote Health journal (Australia)
‘Rural Remote Health is an international, open access electronic journal focusing on rural and remote health research, practice and policy. The journal supports the free availability of health information, particularly for less financially resourced countries. The journal is administered at the School of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, Australia.’

174 organisations worldwide have now officially declared their commitment to the HIFA2015 goal:
http://www.hifa2015.org/how-organisations-support-hifa2015/hifa2015-supporting-organisations/

If the goals of YOUR organisation align with the HIFA2015 goal, please join us!
- HIFA2015 Supporting Organisations are under no obligation to provide financial support
- HIFA2015 Supporting Organisations are promoted on HIFA2015 publications and website
- HIFA2015 Supporting Organisations are invited to sponsor HIFA2015 forum discussions and webinars in the HIFA2015 Virtual Room (please contact us to explore options).

To become a HIFA2015 Supporting Organisation, please download an application form from our home page.

Dr Neil Pakenham-Walsh
Coordinator, HIFA2015
On behalf of the HIFA2015 Steering Group