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The Provision of Reasonable Adjustments for Disabled People by Hospital services – Getting things changed
Thursday, 9 February, 2017
Help Bristol University with their research

Stuart Read, a Researcher from University of Bristol, is working on a 3 year project called “Getting Things Changed” to help design and assess the provision of reasonable adjustments for disabled people when accessing hospital services.
Unfortunately the Workshop, planned for March is oversubscribed with participants. However the research project is keen to hear from disabled people, who would like to share their stories/experiences.

If you would like to take part, you can
•    Email the completed consent form and questionnaire to stuart.read@bristol.ac.uk
•    If you would like to post, the completed consent form and questionnaire, please contact Stuart Read on 0117 331 0471, who will post you an SAE (self-addressed envelope)
•    If you would like any help with filling in the forms or have any questions, please call Stuart on: 0117 331 0471

Click here to download information in Large Print

Click here to download information in Easy Read

Click here to download the Consent Form

The written report at the end of the project will not use the names of anyone who have shared their experiences, so your comments will be anonymous.

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