Simon is a Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow, where he manages the EMPOWER (Early Signs Monitoring to Prevent Relapse and Promote Wellbeing, Engagement and Recovery) study. EMPOWER is an international collaboration researching digital technology for the identification of early warning signs in psychosis. Prior to joining the University, Simon was Director of the Scottish Recovery Network for 12 years.
Simon Bradstreet welcomes the positive findings of the REFOCUS-PULSAR trial, which evaluated recovery-oriented practice training in specialist mental health care.[read the full story...]
Simon Bradstreet is left feeling frustrated by this systematic review of person-oriented recovery in people living with severe mental illness, which neglected to include a significant amount of relevant research.[read the full story...]
Simon Bradstreet explores a recent qualitative study looking at 20 years in the lives of a group of 20 people with psychosis in Ireland. The research provides evidence on the pros and cons of the adoption of recovery-based approaches from people who are uniquely placed to provide a long-term view.[read the full story...]
Simon Bradsheet publishes his debut elf blog on a recent review of mental health recovery, which provides a useful wake-up call to recovery enthusiasts and researchers to more fully take account of a broader set of experiences when justifying the application of recovery values.[read the full story...]