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Perceptions of treatment adherence among people with mental health problems and health care professionals
Aims: To explore patients' and mental healthcare professionals' perceptions of supportive and restrictive indicators of adherence to treatment in patients with mental health problems. Background: People with mental health ...
Can we risk recovery? A grounded theory of clinical psychologists' perceptions of risk and recovery-oriented mental health services
Objectives: This study sought to explore the views of clinical psychologists towards the concepts of 'risk' and 'recovery' and to set those views against the context of mental health services.; Design: An exploratory, ...
Anti-stigma films and medical student's attitudes towards mental illness and psychiatry: Randomised controlled trial
Aims and method: To explore the feasibility of a randomised controlled trial of the effects of two anti-stigma films on medical students' attitudes to serious mental illness and psychiatry. Attitudes to serious mental ...
Mental health nurses, promoters of inclusion or perpetuators of exclusion?
The literature identifies that mental health services and those individuals working within them have the potential to facilitate inclusion for their client group, because of their power to initiate potential inclusive ...