Involving service users and carers in education - the development worker role

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An increasing number of Higher Education Institutions now employ people whose remit is to recruit, train and support service users and carers to contribute to professional programmes. In turn, service user and carer involvement development worker posts need to be well constructed and supported. That is the focus of these guidelines, which it is hoped will be of use both to universities considering or planning such posts and to those with a worker already in post.

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CreatorsDevelopers of User and Carer Involvement in Education
Added05 May 2011 18:50
KeywordsUKOER, SWAPBox, service user involvement, carer involvement
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