qualitative research

Want to Understand Delusions? Listen to the People Who Have Them

This article by Grace Huckins is subtitled “A small group of schizophrenia researchers thinks that personal narratives can tell us what test scores and brain scans can’t”. It has been published by Wired. It begins: “FOR THE FIRST decades of Sohee Park’s…
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Survivor-Controlled Research: A New Foundation for Thinking about Psychiatry and Mental Health

This article by Jasna Russo has been published on the Forum: Qualitative Social Research . The abstract says: “Survivor-controlled research in the field of mental health can be perceived as the most extended development of participatory research. This is not only because it does…
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Complexity in Primary Care : Understanding its Value

This book has been written by Keiran Sweeny. One review says: “Exeter general practitioner Kieran Sweeney presents an elegant ponderosity: that the explanatory model in contemporary medicine needs to be overhauled to accommodate plurality of world views. This book’s strength…
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