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BMC Psychiatry

Open Access

The importance of user controlled research on coercion

  • Jasna Russo1
BMC Psychiatry20077(Suppl 1):S59

https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-244X-7-S1-S59

Published: 19 December 2007

Coercion in psychiatry is one of the main topics in user/survivor movement worldwide. At the same time user controlled research in this field is almost non existent [1, 2]. The reasons for this situation will be analyzed, the need for research on coercion and the obstacles that research done by users/survivors faces. The presentation will also outline possible methodologies, their advantages and their potential.

Authors’ Affiliations

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Für alle Fälle

References

  1. Faulkner A: The Ethics of Survivor Research – Guidelines for the Ethical Conduct of Research Carried out by Mental Health Service Users and Survivors. 2004, Bristol, UK: Joseph Rowntree FoundationGoogle Scholar
  2. Turner M, Beresford P: User Controlled Research – Its Meanings and Potential. 2005, London, UK: Shaping Our Lives and the Center for Citizen Participation, Brunel UniversityGoogle Scholar

Copyright

© Russo; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2007

This article is published under license to BioMed Central Ltd.

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