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Jun 3, 2013

The Real Lives, Real Difference conference was held at the University of Stirling on 4 June 2013, which focused on the subject of service user and carer involvement in professional education.

It involved a presentation from Peter Beresford, who argues that user and carer involvement in professional education is of unprecedented importance and makes possible a transformed approach to occupational roles, education and practice.

Attendee viewpoints are also captured, as well as a presentation from Mo McPhail (The Open University in Scotland), who outlines the findings from a research project, which explored the views of service users and social work lecturers about recruitment of service users in social work education across Scotland.

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