Latest at AIPPEN

  • Health as a bridge to peace: the role of transformative education

    Health professionals as first responders in conflict situations and their emerging role as brokers of peace. A powerful blog on the growing role of health care professionals in regions of conflict and the importance of transformative learning. Click on the link to read the full blog.

  • Be part of the discussion: The development of a new instrument to measure outcomes of IPE

    Matthew Oates, PhD student at La Trobe University, is designing a new self-report instrument to measure outcomes of IPE in pre-qualification health professional students. He is seeking academics, experts or those with a special interest in the field of IPE to take part in a virtual discussion group as part of his PhD research. The purpose of these discussion groups is to review construct maps and instrument items that have been developed and to provide feedback to inform the development of the instrument. Discussion groups will be held during the month of August and your participation is warmly invited. If you are interested in being involved and can spare an hour of your time, please register your interest by email to m.oates@latrobe.edu.au or click on the link above to start an email.

  • Abstracts Closing SOON - NZ IP Conference in Sept

    New Zealand Interprofessional Health Conference 8-9 September 2014. The conference will bring practitioners, educators, executives, policymakers, researchers, students and industry leaders together to advance interprofessional education and collaborative practice. The conference recognises the importance of interprofessional education and collaborative practice and its contribution to improving health outcomes. Abstracts close on the 16th of June For more information go to http://www.nziphc.co.nz/ or click on the heading.

  • News From The Nexus

    News from the National Center for Interprofessional Practice and Education, including implementing the Nexus in Michigan, results from the CLARION and connecting with the ATBH conference series.

  • National Forum: Invitation to attend.

    Developing a national approach to interprofessional education across all Australian health professions. The forum will focus on implementation and action in relation to the five recommendations of the Curriculum Renewal for Interprofessional Education in Health. Click here to read more and download the full PDF.

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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