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Making A Difference Together: A Health Toolkit

January 2015, 2 - 4pm

Claus Moser Research

Centre, Room 0.12

Keele University,



The West Midlands Mental Health Institute LETC have recently commissioned a new education resource to support people with a learning disability accessing health care.

This resource entitled “Making a Difference Together: A health toolkit” has been developed by a multidisciplinary team led by

Sue Read, Professor of Learning Disability Nursing,

School of Nursing & Midwifery,

Keele University.

Following the regional launch of the Toolkit in December, we are warmly inviting you to an additional local launch on the 28th January,at Keele University.

This is your opportunity to explore the Toolkit and its applicability from a practical perspective.

A campus guide to the University can be found on the following web link:


There is no charge to attend this event, but places are limited, so you are advised to book early.

For further information about the Toolkit launch, please contact Professor Sue Read

Tel: 01782 679653

Email s.c.read@keele.ac.uk

To reserve a place, please contact

Barbara Bailey,

School of Nursing and Midwifery,

Keele University

Clinical Education Centre,

University Hospitals of North

Midlands NHS Trust

Royal Stoke University

Hospital, Newcastle Road,

Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 6QG

Tel: Tel: 01782 679678

Email: b.bailey@keele.ac.uk

Posted 20th Jan 2015

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