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In regards to completeness and terminology, it is clear that there are considerable debates as to different approaches, terms and definitions related to the sector, and that these might differ in the European countries. However, for the purpose of this Toolkit, it has been decided not to focus on scientific completeness or delimitable terminology, as it does not detract from the idea of learning for practice. References to persons are not gender-specific.