Vanessa Yim writes her debut elf blog on a recent systematic review and narrative synthesis, which presents a conceptual framework of mental health recovery narratives.[read the full story...]
The Recovery Narrative: challenging the dominance of a narrative genre #RonR2019
Alison Faulkner reflects on an important paper, which argues that The Recovery Narrative is at serious risk of homogenising the lived experience of madness.[read the full story...]
Disability rights, mental health treatment and the United Nations #RonR2019
Alex Ruck Keene, an expert in mental capacity and mental health law, explores a new debate article in which Dr Paul Gosney and Professor Peter Bartlett discuss whether or not the UK Government should withdraw from the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
This is an essential read for anyone interested in compulsory treatment, human rights, inequalities and the socio-economic factors underpinning mental ill-health. All topics that we’ll be discussing in detail next month as part of the #RonR2019 conference.[read the full story...]