Did you know?
The Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network (AIPPEN) has existed for well over a decade. A group of co-founders wrote an article about AIPPEN’s shared vision for collaborative interprofessional practice in 2007, published in Focus on Health Professional Education (Vol.8, Issue 3) which can be found at: https://www.anzahpe.org/AIPPEN
With the revitalisation of AIPPEN at the 2019 ANZAHPE conference in Canberra, comes the opportunity to build stronger interprofessional collaborative connections. Formed at the ANZAHPE conference last year, the AIPPEN Steering Committee aims to:
- create a community of practice around interprofessionalism;
- establish a repository for the sharing of resources;
- lead interprofessional activities within ANZAHPE; and
- link with Interprofessional Global (https://interprofessional.global/).
If you were on the 2019 AIPPEN mailing list, you will receive an email regarding your interest in staying involved.
If you want to contribute to this burgeoning network and keep informed, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or A/Prof Fiona Kent, Chair of the AIPPEN Steering Committee, at: email@example.com
Calling rural educators and practitioners.
If you are a rural-based health professional educator or practitioner with a passion for interprofessional collaboration, and you wish to reach out to others similarly inclined, A/Prof Tony Smith at: firstname.lastname@example.org