This community of practice aims to fuel the discussion on these issues and to promote collaboration between its members to achieve common outcomes among professionals. It facilitates the sharing of new developments, evidence-based best practices and relevant publications.
Community of practice
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This community of practice is provided for the purpose of encouraging discussion and collaboration between its members.
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