Do No Harm Community Practice Forum
Venue: Diakonia Center
Date: 20-20 Aug 2019
Time: 8:00 AM-5:00 PM
There are three main objectives:
- To reflect on what they learned from the Application Workshop including process, methods, timing,…
- To share experiences of what they applied at their own organization
- To identify challenges of the application of DNH (from training to application/implementation) and possible solutions
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