Category:Health and Social Care
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Research Watch: therapists’ working conditions and their implications for service users’ social inclusionSue Holttum
The purpose of this paper is to highlight possible implications of therapists’ working conditions on social inclusion of service users.
The 2014/2015 UK requirement for involvement of service users and carers in training mental health professionals has prompted the authors to review the work of involvement…
Welcoming peer workers in NHS settings: facilitating readiness with an Early Intervention in Psychosis teamKyt Proctor, Rachael Wood, Katherine Newman-Taylor
A pilot project commissioned to assess feasibility and impact of peer support in an Early Intervention in Psychosis (EIP) service highlighted the importance of team…
Evaluation of a new recovery college: delivering health outcomes and cost efficiencies via an educational approachKatie Kay, George Edgley
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate cost efficiencies and health outcomes after one academic year of course delivery, in a recovery college.
The purpose of this paper is to co-produce the meaning of the word recovery and highlight the challenges to recovery in a secure inpatient setting.
The purpose of this paper is to outline the reflections of a person with lived experience of a severe mental illness (SMI) and former peer support worker in Montreal…
The purpose of this paper is to share the experiences and reflections of one woman’s journey towards well-being.
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Online date, start – end:2010
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- Dr Julie Repper
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