User and carer involvement

This area is dedicated to all who use health care services and who engage with Keele University and the School of Nursing & Midwifery.

In order to best prepare Nursing & Midwifery students, the School aims to provide a range of dynamic, clinically based, educational programmes to the highest standard. In order to achieve this aim, the views of people who use these services are crucial across all School business to ensure a robost user-drive innovative curriculum. We therefore share a commitment to involve people who use healthcare at all levels and to provide clinical development, including research activities, whilst creating a realistic and meaningful dimension to the facilitation of learning.

Please contact Dale Nixon - Lecturer in Learning Disability Nursing - for more information.

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