HUMAN


The Humanities and Mental Health Research Network in Nottingham.
 

Publications to date
 

N Wilson, J Clegg & G Hardy (2004) Life stories: professionals' perspectives,
Individual in Society. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 48 (4-5), 463-485.

N Wilson, J Clegg & G Hardy (2004) A narrative analysis of professionals' experiences of working with people with intellectual disabilities (ID): addressing an ethical dilemma, Science and Research Methodology. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 48 (4-5), 510-517.

Cheetham, A., Calton, T. (2005); Practical Patient-Centredness in Schizophrenia Research - reflections on the SONAR study - poster presented at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Savannah, GA, USA

Calton, T., Cheetham, A., D'Silva, K., Glazebrook, C. (2005); International Schizophrenia Research and the Concept of Patient-Centredness - an analysis over two decades - poster presented at the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research, Savannah, GA, USA.

Calton, T., Cheetham, A., D’Silva, K. (2004) – ‘Schizophrenia research and the myth of patient-centeredness’ – abstract presented at the International Society for the Psychological Treatment of Schizophrenia (ISPS) Conference, Manchester, September 2004.

Calton, T., Cheetham, A., Glazebrook, C. (2004) – ‘Unheard Voices – attitudes and understanding in siblings of young people with schizophrenia’ – abstract presented at the ISPS Conference, September 2004.

Calton, T., Cheetham, A. – (2004) ‘Practical patient-centeredness in schizophrenia research – reflections on the SONAR study’ – abstract presented at the ISPS Conference, Manchester, September 2004.

Calton, T. – (2004) ‘HUMAN – The Humanities and Mental Health Research Network in Nottingham’ - abstract presented at the ISPS Conference, Manchester, September 2004.

R E Diamond, Parkin G,Morris K, Betinis J, Bettesworth C (2003) User Involvement: substance or spin.
Journal of Mental Health 12,6 613-626

R. E. Diamond & M. Hardy (2004) Challenging the medical model
Openmind 129 Sept/October 18-19

R. Diamond (in press) Expert-tease: the rise and rise of psychology Journal of critical psychology, counselling and psychotherapy
 

 

 

 


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