Collaborating with service users and carers: using film to promote reflective practice in the classroom

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Harvey, S. 2018. Collaborating with service users and carers: using film to promote reflective practice in the classroom. ‘Brag and Steal Section’ RCOT Conference 2018. Belfast 13 Jun 2018
AuthorsHarvey, S.
Year2018
Conference‘Brag and Steal Section’ RCOT Conference 2018
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Deposited21 Jun 2018
Completed13 Jun 2018
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