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Bristol : Policy Press, 2012
xxvi, 269 s. : il. ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-1-84742-750-2 (brož.)
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 235-261 a rejstřík
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Notes on contributors v // Introduction: From margin to mainstream xv Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell // PART ONE INTRODCUTION: USER MOVEMENTS 1 Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell // Survivors History Group takes a critical look at historians 7 Survivors History Group // The Nottingham Advocacy Croup: a short history 19 Marian Barnes and Colin Celt // Building solidarity, ensuring diversity: lessons from service users’ and disabled people’s movements 33 Peter Beresford and Fran Branfield // Service users and the third sector: opportunities, challenges and potentials in influencing the governance of public services 47 Graham P. Martin // The capacity, impact and challenge of service users’ experiential knowledge 57 Phil Cotterell and Carolyn Morris // Part One: Questions for reflection 70 // PART TWO USER INVOLVEMENT IN SERVICES 73 Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell // Collaboration in public services: can service users and staff participate together? 79 Michelle Farr // Changing patterns of service user involvement, 1990-2010 89 Clare Evans and Ray Jones // Looking out from the middle: influencing policy change through user involvement 101 Joe Duffy and Brendan McKeever // Changing minds: unleashing the potential of mental health service users - a critical perspective on current models of service user involvement and their impact on wellbeing and ‘recovery’ 115 Stephanie McKinley and Sarah Yiannoullou // Moving forward: understanding the negative experiences and impacts of patient and public involvement in health service planning, development and evaluation 129 Sophie Staniszewska, Carole Mockford, Andy Cibson, Sandy Herron-Marx and Rebecca Putz // Part Two: Questions for reflection 142 //
PART THREE USER INVOLVEMENT IN RESEARCH 143 Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell // Young mothers’ experiential knowledge and the research process 149 Geraldine Brady, Geraldine Brown and Corinne Wilson // Involving young people in research: making an impact in public health 159 Louca-Mai Brady, with young researchers Ellie Davis, Amrita Ghosh, Bhavika Surti and Laura Wilson // Projects through partnership: promoting participatory values throughout the research process 169 Robert Kirkwood // Involving older people in research: empowering engagement? 181 Lizzie Ward and Beatrice Gahagan // ’Still out there?’ Is the service user voice becoming lost as user involvement moves into the mental health research mainstream? 189 Kati Turner and Steve Gillard // Service user-led research in the NHS: wasting our time? 201 Patsy Staddon // Should we? Could we? Measuring involvement 209 Rachel Purtell, Wendy Rickard and Katrina Wyatt // Evaluating the impact of public involvement on research 217 Rosemary Barber, Jonathan Boote, Glenys Parry, Cindy Cooper and Philippa Yeeles // Part Three: Questions for reflection 224 // Conclusion: Critical and different perspectives on user involvement 225 Marian Barnes and Phil Cotterell // References 235 // Index 263

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