Table Of Contents: Volume 12 Issue 2
Nicola Rodney describes her involvement, as a service user participant, in the Europe‐wide It's All in the Mind project, which is looking into the training and support…
Robin Johnson calls for better co‐operation and co‐ordination between mental health and housing support services, and greater recognition of the important role of social…
Barbara Knowles describes how she came to be involved in The Well, an arts co‐operative in Norwich founded and run by people with experience of mental health problems.
Drawing partly on her own experience, Joanna Fox seeks to unpack the expertise that service users bring to the design and delivery of mental health services. Service user…
Boxercise has many benefits, not just for physical and mental health but also for confidence, self‐esteem and motivation, says Richard Pacitti. Here he reports on the…
Mark Bertram reports findings from his survey of service users, which asked what the term ‘social inclusion’ meant to them.
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Stefan Gleeson and David Kingdon suggest practical steps that psychiatrists can take to promote a socially inclusive and better quality of life for their patients.
Graeme Green describes how a group of service users and staff wrote and produced three films, which they have since made into a training and awareness‐raising package.
Rebecca Mitchell reports recent and forthcoming developments within the National Social Inclusion Programme (NSIP)