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Table 3 Typology of publications in the context of the UN-CRPD

From: Impact of the UN convention on the rights of persons with disabilities (UN-CRPD) on mental health care research - a systematic review

Major theme Subthemes Subject References of relevant publications
Realisation Key concerns of people with ID UN-CRPD as a whole [37, 38]
  Types of human rights violations UN-CRPD as a whole [7, 8]
  Living arrangements and participation in daytime activities of people with ID UN-CRPD as a whole [33]
  Impact of inclusion on peers without disabilities UN-CRPD as a whole [12]
  The right of participation of people with ID UN-CRPD as a whole [34, 39]
  Protection of rights in support networks UN-CRPD as a whole [40]
  Freedom of choice of persons with IDD Article 3, 19 (Choice) [42]
  Choice of living arrangements Article 3, 19 (Choice) [18, 19]
  Social inclusion of people with ID Article 19 (Social inclusion) [14, 35]
  Role of education in meeting human rights needs of people with mental illness Article 24 (Education) [9]
  Inclusion of people with ID in postsecondary education Article 24 (Education) [10, 11]
  Access to physical health care for people with serious mental illness Article 9, 25 (Health care services) [15, 45]
  Health advocacy Article 25 (Health) [31, 32]
  Inclusion in political and public life Article 29 (Participation in political and public life) [13]
  Patterns of leisure participation of people with developmental disabilities Article 30 (Leisure participation) [16, 17]
  The right to sexual self-determination Article 23, 25 (Sexual self-determination) [41]
  Access to labour market for people with ID Article 27 (Work and employment) [36]
  Use of motorized vehicles Article 20 (personal mobility) [44]
Implementation, Financing Budget allocations to psychiatric hospitals UN-CRPD as a whole [43]
  Impact of UN-CRPD on national legislation and policy UN-CRPD as a whole [20]
  Mental health care user participation in policy development and implementation Article 29 (Participation in political and public life) [21]
Development of instruments Application of ISRPID to measure the extent to which people with ID exercise their rights UN-CRPD as a whole [26]
  Development of ITHACA toolkit for systematic monitoring of human rights violations UN-CRPD as a whole [27]
  Application of the WHO QualityRights toolkit which is based on the UN-CRPD UN-CRPD as a whole [25]
Attitudes Public attitudes towards restrictions on mentally ill people UN-CRPD as a whole [23]
  Awareness of human rights of children with ID UN-CRPD as a whole [24]
  Public attitudes towards the right of sexual fulfilment of people with ID Article 23, 25 (Sexual self-determination) [22]