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Collaborative research between users and professionals: peaks and pitfalls

  • Diana Rose (a1)
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In this article, I shall give an overview of the emerging field of collaborative research between clinical academics and service users in the field of mental health, along with some examples of different kinds of collaborative research and the value they can bring to more mainstream studies. I shall also discuss some of the obstacles to collaborative research in mental health and suggest directions for the future.

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Collaborative research between users and professionals: peaks and pitfalls

  • Diana Rose (a1)
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