Publications

Éirim Mná: The Mental Health Needs of Irish Women in Birmingham

Report of the community engagement project exploring the mental health needs of Irish women in...

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Race Equality Training in Mental Health Services in England: Does One Size Fit All?

The report of a national scoping study on race equality training in mental health, written...

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Dancing to Our Own Tunes: Reassessing Black and Minority Ethnic Mental Health Service User Involvement

Dancing to Our Own Tunes reports on the findings of a national consultation with service users/survivors...

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“Sometimes Home is not the Best Place to Be”

Deepa Srinivas in conversation with Jayasree Kalathil about writing, madness, childhood and children's literature. Read the...

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Care Programme Approach and Recovery

This study explored how effective service users find the Care Programme Approach in promoting recovery...

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Recovery and Resilience: African, Caribbean and South Asian Women’s Narratives

Recovery and Resilience presents stories of recovery from mental and emotional distress, based on twenty...

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The Freedom to be, the Chance to Dream

A study examining the importance of preserving the values and ethos of user-led peer support...

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Let’s Tell Our Stories: Looking for Black Women’s Personal Narratives

Jayasree KalathilMay 2007 I don’t have a researched, analysed and concluded paper for you. What...

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After Ervadi: Faith Healing and Human Rights

ayasree KalathilNovember 2007On August 6, 2001, twenty eight people labelled “mentally ill” died in a...

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This UK Black Phenomenon

This UK Black PhenomenonYvonne Christie raises some important questions about the loss of identity and...

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