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Top level meeting for Theme 5 research to discuss the approach our research into social networks

18 May 2015

CLAHRC Wessex' Dr Anne Kennedy meeting with Catherine Wilton, Deputy Director for Coalition for Collaborative Care at NHS England to discuss our research into how social networks can help support people with long term conditions.

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The impact of working with community organisations – by Dr Jaimie Ellis

One week on from the atrocity that took place in Christchurch, New Zealand that resulted in 50 people’s lives being taken, communities across the world have come together to show #WeAreOne. read blog >

Writing for Publications Workshops
Tue 23rd April 09:00-16:00
Chilworth, Southampton

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