Present publications and past presentations
The research culminated in an event to share our findings with service users and carers (St James Park). Following this there were three regional workshops with professionals (Sunderland/South Tyneside, Newcastle/Gateshead and North Tynside/Northumberland). At these events we used a number of posters and PowerPoint presentations:-
Involve 2012 Conference – Putting people first in research (13th and 14th November 2012).
Presentation at Disability Studies Conference Lancaster University 13/09/2012. Between a Rec and a Hard Place: the ethical challenges of conduction emancipatory action research with mental health service users and carers. Brandon, T. and Wood, O.
Presentation at NHS INVOLVE Conference: 13/11/2012. Runaway training: the experience and impact of a mental health research course with service users and carers. Brandon, T., Helme, D. and Sendall, P.
Presentation at NHS INVOLVE Conference: 13/11/2012. Breaking roles and making codes: Involving service users and carers in data analysis. Atkin, H., Helme, D., Kemp, C. and Sendal, P.
Allied Health Professional Conference, Service user involvement in research: reflections on power and practices, Belmont Industrial Estate Durham, 2013. Atkin, H., Armstrong, N., Kemp, C., Thomson, L., and Wood, O.
Presentation at NMAHP Research Unit Meeting – Public Involvement Glasgow Caledonian university 06/06/2013. Working with service user and carers in collaborative data analysis. Atkin, H., Helme, D., Kemp, C. and Thomson, L.
Invited presentation at Leeds University 11/06/2013. Acknowledging contribution through different methods other than financial payment. Conference entitled To Pay or Not To Pay? That is the Question. Brandon, T.
Presentation at ENMESH Conference Verona Italy 04/10/2013. Is UK care coordination recovery led? Exploring the perspectives of different stakeholder groups. Brandon, T. and Armstrong, N.
Northumberland Tyne and Wear Research and Development Conference, 2014, The Mental Health Care coordination Project – how to engage service users and carers in research and how to use the findings to influence service developments. Armstrong, N., Flaherty, A., Atkin, H., Thomson, L., Helme, D., Kemp, C., Matthews, L. and Brandon, T.
BSA MedSoc Seminar, 2014, Durham University, Involvement, participation and emancipation: mental health service users and carers in research, Armstrong, N., Flaherty, A., Atkin, H., Thomson, L., Helme, D., Kemp, C., Matthews, L. and Brandon, T.
Psychological Services Day Conference, 2014, The Impact of Co-produced Research, Armstrong, N., Flaherty, A., Atkin, H., Thomson, L., Helme, D., Kemp, C., Matthews, L., Wood, O. and Brandon, T.
Northumberland Tyne and Wear Nursing Conference, Delivering Compassion in Practice, Emancipatory Mental Health Research, the How’s and the Whys!, 2014, Armstrong, N., Matthews, L., Kemp, C., Thomson, L., Helme, D. and Brandon, T.
Keynote National CPAA Conference Derby 28/02/2014. Research into “If there is a Pathway to Recovery through Care Coordination”? Matthews, L., Helme, D., Thomson, L., Atkin, H. and Brandon, T.
Presentation at NHS INVOLVE Conference: 26/11/2014. Co-producing not just involving: The lessons learned from an emancipatory action research project. Matthews, L., Armstrong, N., Thomson, L., Kemp, C., Atkin, H., Flaherty, A. and Brandon, T.
Northumberland Tyne and Wear Research and Development Conference, 2015, Recovery and Care Coordination Project: Findings and Impact, Nicola Armstrong, Alison Flaherty, Helen Atkin, Louise Thomson, Deb Helme, Caroline Kemp, Lisa Matthews and Toby Brandon.