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NHS England and Improvement Learning Disability Team have commissioned the NDTi to carry out a project into the role of learning disability nurses in in-patient settings in England.   
 
As part of this project, we would like to hear from learning disability nurses we work or have worked in in-patient settings in England, and from Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) who work in in-patient settings. We would like to hear from AHPs who have worked with learning disability nurses and those who have not working with a learning disability nurse.  
 
It is important that we hear from you to inform this piece of work. Your experiences, thoughts and reflections of the role learning disability nurses play in in-patient settings will help inform a role description for the profession and raise its profile.  
 
We know that you are all incredibly busy so the survey should only take 10 – 15 minutes to complete. Your responses to the survey will be anonymous, we are not collecting any personal information about you.  This means that once you click ‘submit’ at the end of the survey, you will not be able to withdraw from the project. For more information about this and your rights, please read our Privacy Notice. Please also read Survey Monkey’s Privacy Notice to see how they will deal with your data.  
  
 
If you have any problems with the survey or would like to get in touch, please contact Vicky Mason-Angelow at victoria.mason-angelow@ndti.org.uk   
      
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