ISSN 1351-0126 (Print); ISSN 1365-2850 (Online)
Listening to young voices: challenges of research with adolescent mental health service users
How was it for you? Families’ experiences of receiving Behavioural Family Therapy
CAMPBELL, A. S.
Patients’ experiences of being helped in an inpatient setting
KOIVISTO, K.; JANHONEN, S.; VÄISÄNEN, L.
Seclusion: the inside story
HOEKSTRA, T.; LENDEMEIJER, H. H. G. M.; JANSEN, M. G. M. J.
Struggling for hopefulness: a qualitative study of Swedish women who self-harm
LINDGREN, B.-M.; WILSTRAND, C.; GILJE, F.; OLOFSSON, B.
The user perspective: respected or rejected in mental health care?
HANSEN, T.; HATLING, T.; LIDAL, E.; RUUD, T.
Mastery in patients with schizophrenia living in the community: relationship to sociodemographic and clinical characteristics, needs for care and support, and social network
Building a case for understanding the lived experiences of males who attempt suicide in Alberta, Canada
CUTCLIFFE, J. R.; JOYCE, A.; CUMMINS, M.
Mental health service user involvement in England: lessons from history
Treating first episode psychosis – the service users’ perspective: a focus group evaluation
O'TOOLE, M. S.; OHLSEN, R. I.; TAYLOR, T. M.; PURVIS, R.; WALTERS, J.; PILOWSKY, L. S.
Never good enough – part 1: shame or borderline personality disorder?
Never good enough – part 2: clinical implications
Patient and nurse accounts of violent incidents in a Medium Secure Unit
HINSBY, K.; BAKER, M.
Mental health practice and the rhetoric–reality gap
SKIDMORE, D.; WARNE, T.; STARK, S.
Putting it all together: dealing with complexity in the understanding of the human condition
GALLOP, R.; REYNOLDS, W.
Reframing the nurse's role through a social model approach: a rights-based approach to workers’ development
Our experience of collaborative research: service users, carers and researchers work together to evaluate an assertive outreach service
Sheila's Book: A Shared Journey Through Madness
Prescribing Mental Health Medication. The Practitioner's Guide 2003