When to Use IPC and When Not to
Interpersonal Communication (IPC) is a resource-intensive medium that may have limited reach and coverage. For this reason it is good to consider whether or not IPC is appropriate for a program. This one-pager offers examples of good reasons to use IPC, and examples of when it is and is not appropriate.
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