‘All in all, a really positive session and I feel it achieved its initial aims and based on this, we would like to continue to include service users in this way within the module’. Other members of staff have mentioned that they would like to set up a training session for SUCCESS members on ‘role playing’ for any of those who do not feel very confident in doing this in the first instance. Adult Nursing, City Campus
'SUCCESS did a fantastic and engaging job! Alan shared a most meaningful account of his stroke journey and was able to appropriately apply some humour which was very well received by the students.
Sue, as always conveyed her personal journey of caring with utmost compassion and this was clearly appreciated by the student nurse group. Sara gave a most thoughtful and insightful contribution of her lifelong journey and how she has overcome obstacles to progress a role as a lecturer.
Steve managed to give a most meaningful and helpful account of OCD and the impact of this. The panel complemented each other really well and the whole session was a professional joy to lead. The student evaluation is also very positive indeed!' Mental Health Nursing, City Campus
'Janes presenation/talk was very well prsemted, listenign to her personal life experinces and stoires abotu transgender perspectives were an eye opener. i believ the studnets as well as myself were ahppy to be abel to talk abotu such a topic that is not so widely spoken about' Public Health, City Campus
'Please can you pass on my thanks to Teresa for her contribution to the session last week. She provided some really valuable insights and myself, Ann and the students appreciated her time and commitment and experiences that she was able to bring to the session. Children's Nursing, Walsall Campus
'Please convey our thanks to the members that did the talk today as it was very much appreciated and the students asked that we pass this on’ SLAiP, Walsall Campus
‘Amazing session with the SUCCESS members, everybody agreed that they would have loved more time with them’ Adult Nursing, Walsall Campus
‘Roy was very kind, approachable and honest; he gave the students a good understanding of the service user perspective’ Public Health, City Campus
‘Steve managed to give a most meaningful and helpful account of OCD and the impact of this’ Mental Health Nursing, City Campus
‘SUCCESS members shared some very personal and powerful experiences which I felt made the students really appreciate the session and the SUCCESS members. I want to say a big thank you to Steve, Sue and Sara, very much appreciated’ Adult Nursing, Burton Campus