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User Involvement in Clinical What

User Involvement in Clinical What Focus on… User Involvement in ’Clinical What’? Richard Brook Chief Executive, Mind Moira Fraser Policy Officer, Mind and survivors are universally treated as equals, as people who are experts, who play a fundamental role he triumph of the service user and in making sure services are responsive to the needs of survivor movement over the last 20 years is that it those who use them. Because despite the ostensible would be unthinkable now to write a policy or set up a move towards the democratisation of our health and working group on clinical governance without placing social care, experience from the front line tells us that the issue of user involvement very firmly on the list of much more is still to be fought for. In many cases ‘must haves’. This right to involvement has been users are not so much in the driving seat of clinical enshrined in the Health and Social Care Act 2001, governance as passengers somewhere up the back of which states that it is the duty of trusts to ensure that the bus without a map and no idea where it is going persons to whom services are being provided are anyway. Or worse, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mental Health Review Journal Emerald Publishing

User Involvement in Clinical What

Mental Health Review Journal , Volume 9 (3): 3 – Sep 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1361-9322
DOI
10.1108/13619322200400027
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Abstract

Focus on… User Involvement in ’Clinical What’? Richard Brook Chief Executive, Mind Moira Fraser Policy Officer, Mind and survivors are universally treated as equals, as people who are experts, who play a fundamental role he triumph of the service user and in making sure services are responsive to the needs of survivor movement over the last 20 years is that it those who use them. Because despite the ostensible would be unthinkable now to write a policy or set up a move towards the democratisation of our health and working group on clinical governance without placing social care, experience from the front line tells us that the issue of user involvement very firmly on the list of much more is still to be fought for. In many cases ‘must haves’. This right to involvement has been users are not so much in the driving seat of clinical enshrined in the Health and Social Care Act 2001, governance as passengers somewhere up the back of which states that it is the duty of trusts to ensure that the bus without a map and no idea where it is going persons to whom services are being provided are anyway. Or worse,

Journal

Mental Health Review JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 2004

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