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Outcomes of a co-produced and co-delivered relaxation course for service users and staff at a secure mental health serviceLacey M. Johnson, Kelly E. Elsegood, Francesca Browne
This study aims to gauge the usefulness of a Recovery College relaxation course for both staff and service users within a secure mental health setting.
An intellectual disability (ID) mental health core competency framework was developed to articulate the essential attributes the mainstream mental health workforce requires to…
This paper aims to explore the use of lived experience research in peer work.
Many common presentations of obsessive-compulsive disorder unrecognized by medical providers in a Pacific Island communityJacquelin Meno Gouniai, Kyle David Smith, Kimberly Glazier Leonte
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health condition that is frequently misdiagnosed and left untreated for extended periods. A contributing factor may be the…
Meeting current needs in mental health physical therapy: a qualitative study of students’ experiencesCristina Bravo, Liv Helvik Skjaerven, Luisa Guitard, Francesc Rubí-Carnacea, Daniel Catalan-Matamoros
The aim of this study was directed toward how a group of fourth year bachelor physiotherapy students describes their experiences, attitudes and beliefs from participating in a…
Recovery colleges have expanded over the last decade, providing educational courses and workshops on topics of mental health and well-being, co-delivered by peer workers and…
Mental health issues are concurrent among college students and new interventions are needed to address the problem. The objective of this study was to evaluate the convergence of…
Online date, start – end:2006
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Anne Felton
- Prof Di Bailey
- Dr David Crepaz-Keay