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‘Widening cross-disciplinary research for mental health’: what is missing from the Research Councils UK mental health agenda?

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Diana Rose, Sarah Carr, Peter Beresford

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)476-481
Number of pages6
JournalDisability and Society
Volume33
Issue number3
DOIs
Published16 Mar 2018

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Abstract

This current issues article is a brief critical examination of the recent Research Councils UK agenda and call for cross-disciplinary research in mental health. Our argument is based on the fact that patient and public involvement (PPI) is the only involvement and influencing strategy for service users and survivors in the agenda. Service user and survivor research as a discipline in itself remains unacknowledged. We conclude that service user and survivor research is distinct and is different to PPI, and should be recognised in any mental health research agenda.

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