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Participation in mental healthcare: a qualitative meta-synthesis

"This meta-synthesis demonstrates that service user participation in mental healthcare remains a policy aspiration, which generally has not been translated into clinical practice. The continued lack of impact on policy on the delivery of mental healthcare suggests that change may have to be community driven. Systemic service user advocacy groups could contribute critically to promoting authentic service user participation in the co-production of mental health services."

Enhancing mental health research capacity: emerging voices from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) global hubs

"Emerging researchers in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) face many barriers, including inadequacies in funding, international exposure and mentorship. In 2012, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) funded five research hubs aimed at improving the research core for evidence-based mental health interventions, enhancing research skills in global mental health, and providing capacity building (CB) opportunities for early career investigators in LMIC. In this paper emerging researchers contextualize their experiences."

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International Journal of Mental Health Systems (IJMHS) publishes the latest mental health research and health systems research, reviews, case studies and guidelines, policy, debates, technical and methodological advances, and lessons from the field that will advance and shape the emerging discipline of global mental health.

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Participation in mental healthcare: a qualitative meta-synthesis

Norman J. Stomski and Paul Morrison

International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2017 11:67

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Global Mental Health and Development
Edited by: Prof Harry Minas
Collection published: 7 July 2014
Updated: 10 March 2015

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