Media savvy campaigners can boost nursing
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Media savvy campaigners can boost nursing

Dale Nixon Lecturer in learning disability nursing, Keele University

Health inequalities campaigners raise the profession’s profile

For years learning disability nurses have advocated for the rights and needs of people with learning disabilities and/or autism – sometimes, sadly, to little effect. But COVID-19 has given those with a media presence the opportunity to become the new wave of advocates for service users.

Learning Disability Practice. 24, 6, 10-10. doi: 10.7748/ldp.24.6.10.s5

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