Latest at AIPPEN

  • Abstract Deadline - 1st March

    All Together Better Health VIII, 6-9 September, Oxford, U.K. FINAL DEADLINE FOR CONFERENCE ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS – 1st March, 2016. The ATBH VIII steering group would like to inform you that the final deadline for conference abstract submissions will be 1/3/16. Details about the submission process can be found on the conference website:

  • Abstract Deadline - 4th March

    New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference – “Towards better health outcomes”, 4-5 July, Auckland, N.Z. FINAL DEADLINE FOR CONFERENCE ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS – 4th March, 2016. A reminder that abstract submssion for the third New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference closes on the 4th March. For further information, please visit

  • New Look! Canadian Interprofessional Health Collaborative (CIHC) Website

    The CIHC has launched its new website at The site provides access to a range of resources, including the key document, Collaborative Patient-Centred Practice Framework and Process Steps. Access requires membership to the CIHC which can be obtained online. There is no charge for membership.

  • Register Now For ATBHVIII

    Registration and first call for abstracts for ATBHVIII Oxford 2016 is now open. Early bird and student discounts available. Abstracts due by 1st Feb 2016. Conference theme to be Values Focused Interprofessional Practice and Education. Click on the link for more details and to register.

  • Creating Leaders of Change in Health Education and Practice in Australia

    Curtin University (Perth) is leading a collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Centre for Interprofessional Education has resulted in the development of an interprofessional change leadership programme for Australia. The fully resourced program is ready to access. Click on the link to go to website.

Welcome to the
Australasian Interprofessional Practice and Education Network

AIPPEN: a space for the sharing of information, networks and experiences in the area of interprofessional education, interprofessional learning and interprofessional practice in healthcare across Australia and New Zealand.

AIPPEN brings together individuals, groups, institutions and organisations committed to promoting and supporting interprofessional learning and improving collaborative practice, with the ultimate goal of achieving quality patient-centred care.

The Sydney Interprofessional Declaration 2010

View the Sydney Interprofessional Declaration (pdf file, 197kb) established by the participants of the All Together Better Health 5 (ATBH5) International Conference held in Sydney on 6th–9th April 2010.

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