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The rise of the service user: Are some service users more equal than others?
(Lawrence and Wishart, 2008)
Our authorship of this article reflects our standpoints as a long term service user with bipolar disorder (SB), her carer (BB) and a social work practitioner turned educator (HG). During the course of SB's struggle with ...
Madness in post 1945 British and American fiction.
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-10-20)
This is one of the first books to comprehensively explore representations of madness in postwar British and American Fiction. The book looks at representations of madness in a range of texts by postwar writers (such as Ken ...
Struggling for subversion: Service user movements and limits to the impact of client led accountability
(Gylphi, Canterbury, 2012-09)
Since the invention of the service user as a medico-political category, service user involvement has been advocated by policymakers and researchers as a way of empowering clients and ensuring service responsiveness and ...
A randomised controlled trial of liaison worker model for young people with learning disabilities and mental health problems
Twenty six young people with intellectual disabilities and mental health needs from Pakistani and Bangladeshi communities were recruited as part of a bigger study to examine the effectiveness of a liaison worker in helping ...
A small pilot study in an English university of interprofessional education related to offenders with mental illness from mental health nurse, probation officer and social work lecturer perspectives.
(European Conference of Mental Health Nursing, 2012-05-24)
Recovery from mental distress: a review of photography-based methods (protocol)
The aim of this systematic review is to identify evidence for the use of photography-based research methods in eliciting the experience and meanings of recovery from mental distress from the perspective of people with ...