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User Involvement and Integrated Services Using Personal Reflection to Inform the Future

User Involvement and Integrated Services Using Personal Reflection to Inform the Future User Involvement and guest editorial Integrated Services: Using Personal Reflection to Inform the Future Gail Mountain GUEST EDITOR This edition of the Journal of Integrated Care to feeling uncomfortable when reflecting upon the challenges us all to consider and compare the time I spent working in mental health services, in policy rhetoric of user involvement with the light of the beliefs and subsequent behaviours I realities of involving people in meaningful and must have conveyed at times. I also recall being productive ways in services that are of importance extremely challenged by the notion of user-led to them. services. I can still remember my disappointment I was both excited and challenged by being at the behaviour of ex-colleagues working in day asked to undertake this guest editorship. Even services who could not understand why we wished though my career as an occupational therapist to include people in the conference whom they working in mental health services commenced in considered to be in need of care and protection 1976, the first true flavour I gained of what user and therefore not appropriate for this kind of involvement can embrace, as well as its significance activity. Despite prevailing attitudes and our http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Integrated Care Emerald Publishing

User Involvement and Integrated Services Using Personal Reflection to Inform the Future

Journal of Integrated Care , Volume 12 (6): 2 – Dec 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1476-9018
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10.1108/14769018200400041
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User Involvement and guest editorial Integrated Services: Using Personal Reflection to Inform the Future Gail Mountain GUEST EDITOR This edition of the Journal of Integrated Care to feeling uncomfortable when reflecting upon the challenges us all to consider and compare the time I spent working in mental health services, in policy rhetoric of user involvement with the light of the beliefs and subsequent behaviours I realities of involving people in meaningful and must have conveyed at times. I also recall being productive ways in services that are of importance extremely challenged by the notion of user-led to them. services. I can still remember my disappointment I was both excited and challenged by being at the behaviour of ex-colleagues working in day asked to undertake this guest editorship. Even services who could not understand why we wished though my career as an occupational therapist to include people in the conference whom they working in mental health services commenced in considered to be in need of care and protection 1976, the first true flavour I gained of what user and therefore not appropriate for this kind of involvement can embrace, as well as its significance activity. Despite prevailing attitudes and our

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Journal of Integrated CareEmerald Publishing

Published: Dec 1, 2004

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