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Background: Although there is some evidence for the benefit of assertive outreach teams in reducing psychiatric bed usage, it is less certain whether they result in improvements to service users' quality of life. Aims: To examine the change in quality of life of service users two years after...
Background: There has been little research into the experience of people caring for the mentally ill. This study compared CANSAS ratings of need made by service users, carers and staff in an ACT team. Method: Participating service users and care coordinators completed independent CANSAS ratings...
Background: Although the research and development (R&D) initiative in the NHS clearly encompasses a wide range of research activities, existing guidance emphasizes efficacy (explanatory) research, namely the generation of new knowledge under rigorous scientific conditions. Aims: We argue that...
Background: Little research or policy guidance about the involvement of mental health service users in risk assessment exists. Aims: To explore how mental health professionals assessed risk to others and the extent to which they involved service users. To ascertain service users' knowledge of,...
Background: The stigma of mental illness has been shown to be a barrier to recovery in schizophrenia. Aims: The present study aimed to examine the influence of perceived stigma on self-efficacy and the coping styles of secrecy and withdrawal over and above selected sociodemographic and clinical...
Objective: To investigate service users' priorities for mental health research and compare them with established priorities. Methods: Groups of service users were convened from the London boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham, Lambeth and Croydon. The study was informed by participatory research...
Background: The involvement of mental health service users in nurse education is widely recommended but there is little evidence showing the impact in practice. Aim: The aim of the study was to investigate the impact on student nurses' practice and the underpinning mechanisms and contexts...
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