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Exploring risk and SafeTy with leArning disabilitY clients in forensic Services: an evAluation oF Talking Mats a visual, Electronic, communications tool

Month: January 2020

The STAY SAFE study aims to evaluate the “Keeping Safe” Talking Mats tool with learning disability nurses in forensic services in NHS Fife to improve the assessment and treatment of adults with learning disabilities.  Approximately 7% of people in the criminal justice system in the United Kingdom have a learning disability (LD) compared with 2% […]

The STAY SAFE study team is led by Dr Siobhan O’Connor based in the School of Health in Social Science at the University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with Lois Cameron the Director of Talking Mats, and Nicola Braid a Learning Disability Nurse and Susan Gowland a Speech and Language Therapist from NHS Fife.  


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