The South East Partnership (SEP) supports people with multiple and complex needs who have previously not engaged well with services across Brighton and Hove, Eastbourne and Hastings. This case study explores the role of specialist workers supporting women with multiple needs and how they are tackling systemic barriers. It includes learning from the South East on the pros and cons of recruiting health professionals into these roles and concludes with an extended example illustrating the impact of their work.
The role of specialist women's workers - SEP case study.pdf
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DateJune 22, 2016
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