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One of the outcomes of this work is this comic, which illustrates various perspectives on the barriers to accessing services and engaging with practitioners. The first story in this comic showcases the perspectives of young people sharing their experiences related to homelessness and the support they have received. The second story represents the perceptions of practitioners. In the last part of the comic the young people and the practitioners come together to share their views and reflect on best practice.
This comic is part of the training package ‘Do not Give Up on Us: an interdisciplinary public engagement and research programme’ addressed to those working (or desiring to work) with people
experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless. It is designed to pose questions about the experiences of receiving and delivering services, and it is hoped that young people and practitioners will use it to prompt discussion about the multiple challenges we all face in trying to reduce and eventually eliminate youth homelessness.
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Andrea Rodriguez (Blog post author)20 Oct 2022
Activity: Other activity types › Public engagement and outreach - public lecture/debate/seminar
Engagement and impact in Dentistry: involving people with lived experience in the co-design of health educational resources.
Andrea Rodriguez (Invited speaker)7 Nov 2022
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk