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“All of the interviewees fed back on how you made it so easy for them to tell their stories because of the questions you asked and your lovely manner. It shows that your journalistic background is perfect for doing the work you do. The DVD is only as good as it is because of that partnership – your skills and their trust in you. Thank you.”

Lynn Daniel, Expert Patient Programme Coordinator, Wakefield Expert Patient Programme