Words Matter: Recovery Language in Research Workshop

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Words Matter: Recovery Language in Research Workshop

Monday 1 February 2016, 10.30am-12.30pm


As part of the CPFT Service User and Carer Research Group networking meetings a series of workshops is being held on service user and carer involvement in research. The workshops are relevant to researchers, service users and carers and clinicians interested in research.

The workshop is organised in collaboration with the Recovery College East and will be delivered by Tracey Bartlett, Recovery College East Manager and Kathy Jones, Peer Support Worker and Patient Research Ambassador.

During the workshop participants will be able to examine language and the impact it has on people around us. Attention will be focused on the words we use, and how those words can shape people’s experience in research. There will also be opportunity to look at how research language can have an impact on the way people respond to questions and the way a recovery environment in research can be achieved by using recovery language.

Spaces are limited so to book your place, please contact: Iliana Rokkou on 01223 746009 or email iliana.rokkou@cpft.nhs.uk


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