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Title: Service user and carer representation: exploring barriers to participation
Author(s): Lucas, Siân E
Morrison, Lynda
Bell, Jim
Hussain-Ahmed, Shubhanna
Citation: Lucas SE, Morrison L, Bell J & Hussain-Ahmed S (2019) Service user and carer representation: exploring barriers to participation. UNITY.
Issue Date: 1-Aug-2019
Date Deposited: 5-Aug-2019
Abstract: First paragraph: UNITY is the University of Stirling service user and carers’ (SUAC) social work involvement group. UNITY has been established for over 10 years and members contribute to the design and delivery of the qualifying social work programmes and more recently have contributed to the Nursing programmes. In this article the term service user refers to people who have or continue to use health and social care services; carers refer to people who carry out a caring role for family members or friends in an unpaid capacity currently or formerly.
Type: Working Paper
Rights: Authors retain copyright.
Affiliation: Social Work
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