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What is people participation?

Season 4, Ep. 5

Today we're joined by Laura, Andrea and Service User Alistair, who discuss: what is participation? Alistair's experience of participation, how the participation team work, some of the benefits of participation and more.

 

If you want to get involved with participation at NSFT, simply email people.participation@nsft.nhs.uk or visit https://www.nsft.nhs.uk/participation to find out more. 

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