Why participate in ICCER?
ICCER is an affiliated institute with the University of Alberta and is affiliated with NorQuest College's Centre for Excellence in Continuing Care.
- Work with leaders in the Alberta continuing care sector.
- Help influence the direction for continuing care research in Alberta.
- Participate in innovative education programs.
- Help identify best practices in continuing care and encourage the uptake of them into education and practice.
- Increased linkages to researchers, educators and practitioners in continuing care.
The four Founding Members - NorQuest College, University of Alberta, CapitalCare and Alberta Health Services - have special status in recognition of their development of ICCER. They each have 2 seats on the Steering Committee.
Contributing Member status requires a substantial contribution - either financial or in-kind. Since all organizations do not have the same flexibility of resources, the Steering Committee will take into account the characteristics of an organization when considering contributing membership applications. A Contributing Member organization has a voting seat on the ICCER Steering Committee.
Advisory Committee Member
Organizations that may not be able to, or want to, make significant financial or in-kind contributions can participate on the ICCER Advisory Committee on approval of the Steering Committee.
Participating Organizations include Founding Members and Contributing Members.