You’re invited to join us for lunch at your virtual place – IAP2A’s engagement hub for practitioners.For our next round of catch-ups we have proudly collaborated with Australasian Women in Emergencies Network. Each session will focus on a particular topic related to disruption and emergency response and recovery.read more
Are you confident that you can design a robust engagement process for a range of purposes and situations?Our Engagement Design training is available to study in IAP2 Learn – our virtual facilitated classroom!read more
Home > Resources > Latest NewsEngagement Design coming online soon... Are you confident that you can design a robust engagement process for a range of purposes and situations? From next week, IAP2A’s Engagement Design training will be available to study...read more
As I write this, I realise that I have been physically disconnected for many weeks from some of the things I value dearly – a hug from my grown-up sons, a lovely meal in a restaurant and face-to-face meetings with my colleagues in the IAP2 family.read more
Past participants have told us that Engagement Evaluation should be a “must do” course for engagers.
The ability to accurately communicate engagement results to different stakeholders is not only best practice – but also shows the value of engagement.
It has been a long and fraught last 8 months. As a nation, we have come together to support each other in unprecedented ways with record fundraising and support, and I found myself wondering whether we were also coming together in our level of concern and perception on issues like climate change.read more
Traditional public and patient engagement is, seemingly, committed to a top-down method of engaging patients. With a narrow focus on service user experience, ultimately, it distances patients and carers from decision-making. But what if it were possible to equalise power across executive, corporate governance, design and delivery? What if equal involvement of patients and carers as an integral part of decision-making could lead not only to an authentic engagement, but humanise healthcare for patients, staff and health professionals?read more
Boost your engagement network and skills with a community of practice …valuable at any time but especially during COVID-19
Being part of a community of practice with other engagement practitioners is a great way to meet other engagement practitioners to learn, share experiences, bounce ideas and support each other. This article outlines how our practice group has been helping each other to adapt to engagement under COVID-19 restrictions and provides information for those wanting to set up their own group.read more