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Editorial Peter Ryan Editor, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice Professor of Mental Health, Middlesex University Drawing on data from the national mapping project, be had as to the potential benefits of this model of care. Claire Dickinson and colleagues’ article in this edition of It also provides another potential application pathway the Journal gives an authoritative overview of the for the GPCMHW role. development of four new key roles, which have been core Yet another potentially valuable NWW initiative (this in terms of the NSF vision of the emerging mental health time with respect to CAMHS) is outlined in Morris and workforce: STR (support, time and recovery), gateway Nixon’s article, which describes two of the 10 early workers, carer support workers and the community implementer NWW CAMHS projects, based in Richmond development worker role for black and ethnic minority and East Lancashire. While emphasising that there is no communities. All these roles are key in terms of the New simple recipe guaranteeing success, they conclude that ‘a Ways of Working (NWW) programme, (DoH, 2005; 2006; key requirement for success and dealing with barriers is 2007) in ensuring that new practices are introduced. engaging with the people http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1755-6228
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10.1108/17556228200800001
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Abstract

Peter Ryan Editor, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice Professor of Mental Health, Middlesex University Drawing on data from the national mapping project, be had as to the potential benefits of this model of care. Claire Dickinson and colleagues’ article in this edition of It also provides another potential application pathway the Journal gives an authoritative overview of the for the GPCMHW role. development of four new key roles, which have been core Yet another potentially valuable NWW initiative (this in terms of the NSF vision of the emerging mental health time with respect to CAMHS) is outlined in Morris and workforce: STR (support, time and recovery), gateway Nixon’s article, which describes two of the 10 early workers, carer support workers and the community implementer NWW CAMHS projects, based in Richmond development worker role for black and ethnic minority and East Lancashire. While emphasising that there is no communities. All these roles are key in terms of the New simple recipe guaranteeing success, they conclude that ‘a Ways of Working (NWW) programme, (DoH, 2005; 2006; key requirement for success and dealing with barriers is 2007) in ensuring that new practices are introduced. engaging with the people

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The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and PracticeEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 2008

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