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Listen Up! Podcast: Primary Share- Speak Up!


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Reported by Mark

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Reported by Y.C.G.

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Published on Thursday, April 18th, 2024

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Listen Up! Podcast: Primary Share- Speak Up!


Written by Mat

Written by Mat

Written by Mat

Written by Mat

Written by Mat

Published on Thursday, April 18th, 2024

Healthcare Access

Physical Health

We all have a right to good health. Listening to people with experience of homelessness about the issues they have faced when accessing healthcare is key to finding solutions.

In the first episode of the Primary Share podcast series, hear from Listen Up! community reporters Mahesh, Y.C.G, Shift, Mat and Mark. They talk about their experiences of accessing primary care with Dr Caroline Shulman, leading clinician and researcher in homeless and inclusion health.
Primary Share is a new podcast series from the Listen Up! project at Groundswell.

Written by Mat


Mat came to Groundswell in 2018 after several years as a volunteer for the Pavement Magazine where he is now Deputy Editor. Part of his role at the Pavement was to help deliver ‘From the Ground Up’, a partnership between the Pavement and Groundswell that taught core journalism skills to people with lived experience of homelessness. As a Project Officer he continues to develop his one on one interview skills and runs focus groups all over the country. Mat’s involved in all parts of the research process, helping to produce: research frameworks; the foundation questions for semi-structured qualitative interviews and focus groups,; the content of quantitative surveys and data analysis. He also has experience of speaking at conferences, working on grant applications, podcast production and as a consultant for film production.

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