Service User and carer involvement in higher education
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I am passionate about person-centred support. I believe that we are all equal partners, and I am keen to challenge my own institutionalisation over tha last 20 years in the NHS, and to develop better compassionate, collaborative working in Higher Health and Social Care Education
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