Phil Harper, PGDip, is currently an associate lecturer at the University of Worcester and a doctoral candidate at Manchester Metropolitan University exploring care staff's understanding of the needs of an LGBTQ+ persons living with dementia. He has worked in dementia care for 7 years; previously, he worked in hospitals, charitable organizations, and most recently care homes. Mr. Harper holds a bachelor's degree in Health Science from the University of Worcester and a postgraduate diploma in practice development in dementia care from University of Cumbria. He has been involved in the development of dementia training for hospitals and care homes.
Address correspondence to Phil Harper, PGDip, 10 Forest Close, Worcester, UK (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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