Using lived experience in the workplace: how staff lived experiences are shaping work at McPin

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  • About research
  • Involvement good practice

Resource type:

  • Toolkit

Authors:

  • Tanya Mackay and Rose Thompson

Publication date:

  • 1st July 2023

Date added to Learning for Involvement:

  • 9th February 2024
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In this resource we define what lived experience means to the McPin Foundation, dive into the complexities of disclosure and bring you tips on how to design a project to centre lived experience. We have found that our staff bring a huge diversity of strengths and skills into the workplace when they actively draw upon their lived experience. We hope that our learnings can help you to embrace the intrinsic value of lived experience in research. This is one of ten resources we’ve produced to celebrate ten years of the McPin Foundation.

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