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Service user Debbie Mayes has worked as a mental health researcher for 20 years. She explains the benefits and pitfalls of the role, and suggests that more service users should be employed in such posts because they are able to gather data that may not be available to other researchers and bring...
This article argues that the division of responsibility for training between universities and mental health trusts does not provide the integration necessary for high quality clinical training. Each institution is quick to point to the failings of the other, and a blame culture between some...
The term control and restraint (C&R) has been in common use in mental health practice for the past 20 years. This article explores the appropriateness of its continued use, drawing briefly on frame theory–a subtype of discourse analysis. The authors conclude that, apart from a brief period in...
This article outlines the work of a ward in a high secure hospital in Merseyside. The ward was opened to accommodate service users with cognitive difficulties who no longer required the high-dependency care provided in the Centre for Cognitive Rehabilitation and were ready to move to a medium or...
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