Category:Health and Social Care
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The randomised controlled trial, though highly valued, has been criticised as not helping to understand how results occur: Real-life complexity is not captured, i.e. what…
– The purpose of this paper is to provide an insight into a day in the life of a peer support worker.
– The purpose of this paper is to offer a profile of Caitlin Jenkins.
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate, from the lived experience of the author, that recovery does not only apply to people who use services, it is just as relevant…
Journeys to work: the perspective of client and employment specialist of “Individual Placement and Support” in actionLynne Miller, Suzanne Clinton-Davis, Tina Meegan
The purpose of this paper is to provide the personal accounts of the journey back to work from the perspective of both the person entering employment and the Employment…
The development of recovery based nursing in a high-security hospital: nurturance and safe spaces in a dangerous world?Mark Chandley, Maxine Cromar-Hayes, Dave Mercer, Bridget Clancy, Iain Wilkie, Gary Thorpe
The purpose of this paper is to derive from an on-going, innovative, project to explore the concept, and application, of “recovery” in the care and clinical management of…
The purpose of this paper is to explore the economic benefits of Individual Placement with Support programmes commissioned by NHS North in the North West and Yorkshire and…
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Online date, start – end:2010
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- Dr Julie Repper
- Dr Rachel Perkins