Are we caring enough for our Service User Representatives?

Lisa Caygill, Sarah Craven-Staines, Clare Devanney-Glynn

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This article aims to explore service user involvement in a Clinical Psychology training programme from the perspective of Academic Tutors and a Service User Representative. Considerations are made with regards to supporting Service User Representatives and how this can be provided by training programmes. The term Service User will be used throughout the article, as agreed by our representatives within the Service User Working Group.
Original languageEnglish
JournalClinical Psychology Forum
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 12 Feb 2020

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Are we caring enough for our Service User Representatives? / Caygill, Lisa; Craven-Staines, Sarah; Devanney-Glynn, Clare .

In: Clinical Psychology Forum, 12.02.2020.

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