Ipsos in Australia has developed and launched its own Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). A RAP is a commitment that organisations make – publicly – through the governing body Reconciliation Australia, to make a concerted effort towards reconciliation with Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people. The RAP is designed to leverage specific skillsets, business decisions or circumstances within our organisation that can make a difference, small or large.
The RAP complements the work that Ipsos does in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) policy evaluation research.
You can find the full plan and more details by clicking on the link below.
[WEBINAR] Messaging & Motivation: Engaging Participants in Healthcare Research
August 27 - One of the biggest challenges researchers face is recruiting and retaining participants, especially for longitudinal studies or intense clinical trials. Join us for a complimentary webinar to learn innovative ways to enhance recruitment, and maintain participant engagement.
[EVENT] International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management
August 22-26, Ipsos Healthcare’s Global Evidence, Value and Access (GEVA) team will be exhibiting at the 34th International Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology & Therapeutic Risk Management (ICPE) being held in Prague, CZ.
[WEBINAR] Patient Experience: Putting the Patient Front and Center
On July 12, join Ipsos for a complimentary webinar as we explore how to best understand, measure, and improve patient experience. Drawing on the perspectives of healthcare leaders, this webinar will feature recent research conducted by Ipsos.