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In 2005, some colleagues and I ( Williams et al 2005 ) wrote a case study article on the use of an adult placement (AP) scheme provided for assertive outreach (AO) service users in Merseyside. Since then, the article has received national attention as the approach seemed to resonate with AO...
The ‘service user movement’ is commonly understood to have its inception during the 1960s, a period which saw unprecedented interest in and collective action to secure human rights and equality for various groups. From within psychiatry, David Cooper, Ronald Laing, Thomas Szasz and Franco...
Supplementary prescribing forms the first phase of the implementation of non-medical prescribing in Cornwall Partnership Trust. It was decided to conduct a study to ensure that changes in practices and people’s roles had the support of staff from the outset. Previous studies have found that the...
The importance of a spiritual or religious dimension to mental health care and wellbeing is once again being recognised. This might seem surprising, given that we live in an increasingly secular age with fewer people immersing themselves in the rhythm of church and family life. The traditional...
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