News: A paper from Barod based on the DRILL-funded AWPF research.

We are delighted to say our paper with Jan Walmsley, based on the DRILL-funded AWPF research, has just gone live.

The link to the overview of the paper can be found below.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09687599.2019.1613960

There are a limited number of free links we can send to people who do not have university access to the journal. If that applies to you, please contact http://barod.cymru/

For further information about the project follow the link to bridge-changing-attitudes-communities-turning-skills-experience-earnings-self-advocacy-organisations-self-advocates/

 

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Early detection and treatment of problems can stop you from losing sight.

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