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Involving young people as co-researchers: some methodological issues
The purpose of this article is to introduce and consider some of the issues which may arise in research projects seeking to engage young people as co-researchers. The article will focus on the methodological challenges ...
Reluctant empiricists: community mental health nurses and the art of evidence-based praxis
(Blackwell Publishing, 2002)
The National Service Framework for Mental Health (1999) emphasizes the need for a culture of evidence-based practice (EBP) in mental health care. However, there is relatively little research addressing EBP from the perspective ...
'Like a friend going round': reducing the stigma attached to mental healthcare in rural communities
Traditionally, stigma is seen as something that is the fault of the mental health system, and that involves an individual suffering social disapprobation and reduced life chances as a result of having been given a diagnostic ...
Aligning learning, teaching and assessment using the web: an evaluation of pedagogic approaches
Biggs has argued that teaching is most effective when it supports those activities appropriate to understanding the curriculum objectives. This paper uses Biggs’ argument to analyse how a UK higher education initiative, ...