Terms and Conditions for use of the AIM Checklists

Terms and Conditions for use of the AIM Checklists


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The AIM Checklists and the AIM Checklists outcome forms are available to download or print for use in practice

The AIM How to use the Checklists guide is available to download or print for use in practice


The AIM Video on How to use the Checklists guide can be viewed on the AIM website (www.aimproject.org.uk) and can be accessed with the username and password that you created when you signed up to be be a member of the AIM website.

To keep the AIM Checklists up to date with new research and practice knowledge we periodically update them and therefore it is advisable that when you want to use them please access them from the website to ensure that you have the most up to date version.

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