We are please to announce the third seminar in the ESRC Seminar Series ‘Reimagining professionalism in mental health: towards co-production’.
This seminar will consider co-production in the light of new practices in mental health. These include the advent of specialised low- and high-intensity psychological services for people with common mental health problems, funded by the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) programme; the introduction of new professional roles (such as Psychological Well-being Practitioners, Cognitive Behavioural Therapists Associate Practitioners), and the changing roles of mental health nurses. New initiatives designed to promote coproduction, for example through service user-led recovery work and personalisation will be discussed from a variety of stakeholder perspectives in relation to the evidence drawn from the Connecting People Intervention.
Speakers and participants at the seminar series will come from diverse groups: service users, carers, professionals working in third sector, and public and statutory organisations, and academics. Academics in…
View original post 528 more words