Peter Bates has worked for the National Development Team for Inclusion since 1999.
He previously worked in probation, the employment service, social services, the NHS and audit. Since 2011, he has also worked at the University of Nottingham promoting patient and public involvement in health research.
Project work has been undertaken for a range of national bodies including the Department of Health, NHS Confederation, and the Scottish Government. In his work with over 150 local service providers, Peter has combined a detailed knowledge of what needs to be done to make a difference, with an understanding of the realities of frontline work in hard-pressed services. He has published over 80 items in the areas of employment, disability, empowerment and inclusion including a number of landmark policy, commissioning and practice publications.
He also supports public involvement at the Institute of Mental Health, based at the University of Nottingham. He is constantly in demand as a lively and effective trainer.
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