Although the development of a skills framework was the overall aim of the project, one of the most important aspects of the intercultural work is to share our learning with a wider audience. As a team we hope that the whole website will be used as a resource by policy makers, clinicians , managers and educators.
In this section we have tried to record the variety of dissemination methods used across all seven countries. It was agreed at the last meeting in Ghent that we wanted to give a sense of the whole and present the common statements on the front of the website. In addition, each country has made the work their own by taking the work forward in their unique way. Ownership of the whole is identified by reference to the website and the group as a whole project team.
The posters and conference abstracts celebrate aspects of the project that individual country teams feel are important whether it be valuing the method (e.g.: the Irish team Abstract ), appreciating student engagement and international networks (e.g.: German Poster) or treasuring the participation and sense of team work (e.g.: UK team Poster and Conference Presentations). Further works will be added here, as they become available and may be located in the separate team sections of the website.