After 8 years of RAN, and with a network of over 5 000 first-line practitioners and currently 10 Working Groups, this year’s RAN Plenary (Brussels, 30 October 2019) provided the opportunity to reflect on RAN’s main achievements as well as map potential themes and future constituencies.
This ex post paper covers the main outcomes that were discussed during the RAN Plenary. It describes what themes will require the attention of RAN participants in 2020 and beyond, what we should continue and what should be changed. Moreover, and where relevant, it suggests which first-line practitioners and other stakeholders could be brought together in order to address cross-cutting themes.
In addition, this paper reflects outcomes from the discussion on what working formats and ways of dissemination could be applied by RAN, in order to continue catering to practitioners’ learning in the best possible way. Input to the discussion was found in a survey conducted among the RAN constituency preceding the Plenary. A concise report of the main findings of the survey is attached to this paper. Read more