The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice: Volume 6 Issue 1

Issues for workforce development


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Putting recovery into practice: organisational change and commissioning

Jed Boardman, Geoff Shepherd

The purpose of this paper is to present the outline of a methodological approach to help address ten key challenges for the implementation of Recovery‐orientated services.


Steps towards “putting recovery at the heart of all we do”: workforce development and the contribution of “lived experience”

Glenn Roberts, John Good, James Wooldridge, Elina Baker

This paper aims to describe a review and overview of the issue of developing guidance on implementing recovery and supporting organisational change, focused specifically on…


Making recovery a reality for family and friends

Ruth Chandler, Julie Repper

This paper aims to build on the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health (now Centre for Mental Health) workshops by focusing on the recovery of family and friends in particular.


Organisational change in the context of recovery‐oriented services

Shula Ramon

This paper aims to focus on the process of organisational change in the implementation of recovery principles into everyday NHS mental health practice, in order to highlight the…


Preparing for collaborative working in mental health: an interprofessional education project with clinical psychology trainees and nursing students

Helena Priest, Paula Roberts, Helen Dent, Tom Hunt, Dale Weston, Amy Chell, Christine Blincoe, Christine Armstrong

Effective interprofessional working is widely claimed to enhance service delivery, user satisfaction, and most importantly, clinical outcomes. Achieving this position is proving…

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