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Sharing Innovative Practice

The Sharing Innovative Practice Project (SIP) is about promoting the role of evidence-based practice and family support strategies to improve the safety and wellbeing of children.

SIP identifies innovative and effective programs delivered by our member organisations and helps members evaluate, review and share their good practice by opening channels of communication between organisations.

Research from the Centre, the Centre membership, the Shared Research Program, and other sources will also be analysed and made available as resources that can be easily accessed and used by busy workers.

These and other resources will be found in the menu to the left of this page, starting with the results of the Evaluation Profile Survey and the Sharing Innovative Practice Toolkit.

The latest updates about SIP will also be featured in our news section.

For more information, download the project brochure below, contact Bec Jolly, Policy & Project Leader Sharing Innovative Practice on 03 9094 3527 or

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