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Journal article

Some things you should know about user/survivor action

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
Openmind, 141, September/October 2006, pp.22-23.
Publisher:
MIND

This article looks at the service user/survivor movement, what activists have been fighting for and what the movement has achieved.

Journal article

It's not the real you

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
Open Mind, 111, September 2001, pp.16-17.
Publisher:
MIND

'It's not the real you' is a phrase often uttered to people with a mental illness diagnosis. Asks what it really means.

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The role of users of psychiatric services in service development - influence not power

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
Psychiatric Bulletin, 25(3), March 2001, pp.87-88.
Publisher:
Royal College of Psychiatrists

In this past 15 years activity by service users, as individuals, members of voluntary groups and in their own organisations, has been very diverse. While involvement with, and by service providers in consultations over the planning, managing and monitoring of services - the government-approved features of involvement - has been at the centre of action, service users have been involved in work where contact with mental health workers is limited or not directly to do with mental health services at all. This article discusses service user contributions to developing mental health services

Journal article

Mental health services - the user's view

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
British Medical Journal, 27.3.93, 1993, pp.848-850.
Publisher:
British Medical Association

Examines how the community care reforms may affect service users. Involving users in planning services is welcomed, but implementing such a philosophy may prove very difficult, and there is a danger of overestimating the impact of the reforms on the everyday lives of people with a diagnosis of mental illness.

Journal article

Survivors' history

Authors:
CAMPBELL Peter, ROBERTS Andrew
Journal article citation:
A Life in the Day, 13(3), August 2009, pp.33-36.
Publisher:
Emerald

Veterans of the user-survivor movement, Peter Campbell and Andrew Roberts, profile the Survivors' History Group, a network of approximately 100 members across the UK and Ireland, who believe that the history of individual and collective action by service users / survivors is both interesting and important, and worthy of preservation.

Journal article

Service user/survivor involvement in mental health training and education: overcoming the barriers

Authors:
BASSET Thurstine, CAMPBELL Peter, ANDERSON Jill
Journal article citation:
Social Work Education (The International Journal), 25(4), June 2006, pp.393-402.
Publisher:
Taylor and Francis
Place of publication:
Philadelphia, USA

This article discusses 10 barriers to the involvement of service users/survivors in learning and teaching about mental health in higher education, suggesting ways of overcoming each. The paper is addressed to mental health trainers and educators, some of whom will be mental health service users/survivors. The involvement of carers/relatives in learning and teaching is not covered in this article, thought it is acknowledged that they have an important role to play and some of what we have written will have relevance to their involvement.

Journal article

Money matters

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
A Life in the Day, 9(3), August 2005, pp.3-6.
Publisher:
Emerald

People with mental health problems have a need and right to access financial services at various levels.  This article explores the issues, including the discrimination reported by respondents to a survey conducted by the campaign group Loonscape, and the possible solutions they suggested.

Journal article

Citizen Smith

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
Nursing Times, 8.10.97, 1997, pp.31-32.
Publisher:
Nursing Times

Argues that users of mental health services are more interested in playing a fuller role in society than in better services.

Book

Changing practice: mental health nursing and user empowerment

Authors:
CAMPBELL Peter, LINDOW Vivien
Publisher:
Royal College of Nursing/Mind
Publication year:
1997
Pagination:
31p.
Place of publication:
London

Looks at user involvement and user empowerment in the context of mental health nursing. Examines reasons for empowering users, and goes on to deal with individual empowerment, empowering people in collective activities, and how to empower users.

Journal article

From petitions to professionals

Author:
CAMPBELL Peter
Journal article citation:
Openmind, 107, January 2001, p.10.
Publisher:
MIND

Outlines a brief history of mental health advocacy in the UK.

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