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dc.contributor.authorTaylor, E
dc.contributor.authorMcBride, K

Increasing numbers of organisations are seeking the contributions of people who have experienced trauma in order to develop their services and support. The aims of this piece of research were to understand the lived experiences of trauma. In particular, how policy and decision makers can best learn from people with lived experiences of trauma to improve their service design and delivery. The overall ambitions of the research team in relation to this piece of work are to produce accessible knowledge that can be used to inform future research, and the way in which trauma can be better accounted for and supported in both the design and delivery of services. This report represents a first step towards achieving this aim, and further work is necessary to fully explore these important issues.

dc.titleTrauma in Transition - Lived experiences of Trauma Informed approaches
plymouth.organisational-group|Plymouth|Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business
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