NOTES FROM SMALL DISCUSSION GROUPS

We regularly devote time during our London meetings for ‘small discussion groups’, during which we encourage members to talk in small groups about whatever they would find most helpful. We know that the advice and support shared during these groups can be incredibly helpful, and so we will often ask one of our team to quietly sit in on each group and take notes about the themes, questions, and advice being shared.

Here, we have attempted to distil some of these questions and answers into a format that we hope will be helpful to all of our members, whether or not you are able to attend our London meetings.

This is by no means meant to be an exhaustive directory of questions and answers related to PPA, and whilst we have tried to ensure that all of the information in here is accurate, we cannot be held responsible for any errors or pieces of advice that you may disagree with.




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