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What in-patients want: a qualitative study of what's important to mental health service users in their recovery (Wayfinder Partnership)Joanna Bredski, Kirsty Forsyth, Debbie Mountain, Michele Harrison, Linda Irvine, Donald Maciver
– The purpose of this paper is to present a qualitative analysis of the facilitators of recovery in in-patient psychiatric rehabilitation from the service users’ perspective.
Recovery and reliable change rates for patients scoring severe on depression, anxiety or impaired functioning in a psychological therapies service: IAPTChristopher Alan Griffiths, Laura Jayne Griffiths
The NHS Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme provides access to psychotherapy in England through a stepped care approach for adults with depression…
The purpose of this paper is to systematically appraise the effect of use of interpreters for mental health problems in old age. The primary objective of the review is to…
Effects of employment as a peer support worker on personal recovery: a review of qualitative evidenceH. Alistair Bailie, Anna Tickle
– The purpose of this paper is to systematically identify, appraise and synthesise qualitative research into how working as a peer support worker (PSW) affects personal recovery.
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