Most of career as nurse in primary care, 5 years in Scottish Govt as Programme Manager for Self Management Long Term Conditions. About to embark on new post with LTCAS which has focus on health literacy and system integration through making connections between communities, health and social care.
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A belated hello and welcome to the co-production practitioners network Christine, thanks for joining us!
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