Co-Production in Mental Health : Implementing Policy into Practice, Hardback Book

Co-Production in Mental Health : Implementing Policy into Practice Hardback

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This book examines the recovery principle of co-production within mental health services, defining it as the creation of a space where all stakeholders - including service users, family members, carers and supporters - come together in a partnership to improve all aspects of mental health services.

Exploring both the practicalities and complexities of co-production, the book provides detailed analyses of all aspects of the concept in relation to mental health and discusses the growing evidence-base for adopting co-production as a recovery approach within a mental health setting.

The book's chapters outline: the foundational principles in implementing the concept in services; the theories of co-production in and outside of mental health settings; how to translate theory into practice; and examples of implementation.

The book also explores the sustainability of co-production and the tensions that are present between the idea of recovery and mental health policy.

The volume represents an ideal introduction to the concept of co-production in mental health and will be valuable reading for those researching and working in the area of mental health services and recovery, including nurses, occupational therapists and social workers.

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