Enhancing learning and teaching about mental health across the disciplines
The Isle is Full of Noises is a sound and animation installation that explores what it is like to hear voices. It is largely based on a workshop held in summer 2016 in Durham with people who hear voices. The workshop reinforced the need to challenge widespread prejudice about voice-hearing, and to assert that not only is this a normal phenomenon, but that ‘we are people, that have lots of other things going on; voice-hearing is just a tiny part of…Continue
Added by Jill Anderson on December 5, 2016 at 18:06 — No Comments
Lucy Johnstone's review in the Psychologist provides some pointers to how this recent documentary might be used in teaching. The review is HERE
The documentary is available online for the next 28 days.
Added by Jill Anderson on December 2, 2016 at 8:43 — No Comments
This journal was proud to produce the first special edition on service user involvement in 2006 (Vol25 No.4) with 11 pioneering articles from the UK. One of those authors contributing to the first special edition, June Sadd, is also one of the guest editors of this special edition.
Over the years, the journal has continued to publish creative and challenging articles on service user involvement in social work education, reflecting a commitment to promoting further understanding in…Continue
Added by Jill Anderson on December 1, 2016 at 14:00 — No Comments
We are pleased to announce the publication this week of a special issue of Critical and Radical Social Work journal on the theme of *Psychopolitics in the Twenty First Century. *The special issue was inspired by the conference of the same name at Liverpool Hope University in June 2015, which was co-sponsored by the British Sociological Association and organised by the BSA Sociology of Mental Health Study Group.
The special issue features articles or reviews from leading figures in…
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