Category:Health and Social Care
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The Policy Watch series reflects on recent and forthcoming developments in mental health policy across the UK. This paper aims to review the impact of welfare reforms on…
The linkage of social exclusion and poor mental health in minority Asian groups in Britain and AmericaSue Holttum
This Research Watch aims to summarise two recent research papers on social exclusion and mental health within minority Asian population groups in the UK and USA.
Happiness in severe mental illness: exploring subjective wellbeing of individuals with psychosis and encouraging socially inclusive multidisciplinary practicePawel D. Mankiewicz, David M. Gresswell, Colin Turner
This paper seeks to extend the focus of positive psychology research to individuals with severe mental illness (SMI) to address an aspect of social exclusion experienced…
This paper aims to discuss the experiences of a group of eight user and carer researchers from learning disability and mental health services who worked together in a…
Supervised community treatment: does it facilitate social inclusion? A perspective from approved mental health professionals (AMHPs)Jacqueline Ann Taylor, Simon Lawton‐Smith, Hannah Bullmore
This paper aims to set out the views of approved mental health professionals (AMHPs) on the impact of supervised community treatment (SCT) on their work and their…
The aim of this paper is to describe the development of a suite of social inclusion outcome measures and how they are being applied in practice within Stockport.
Renamed from:A Life in the Day
Online date, start – end:2010
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Dr Julie Repper
- Dr Rachel Perkins