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London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021
xxviii, 540 stran : ilustrace ; 26 cm

ISBN 978-1-138-36014-3 (vázáno)
Routledge international handbooks
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List of figures xiii // List of tables xiv // About the contributors XV // Acknowledgemen ts xxvi // Foreword xxvii // Introduction to the book - Peter Beresford and Hugh McLaughlin 1 // SECTION I Service user involvement in context: theoretical issues 7 // 1 Critical issues in the development of service user involvement 9 - Joe Duffy and Peter Beresford // 2 Improving understanding of service user involvement and identity: a guide for service providers and practitioners organising involvement activities with disabled people 17 - Bechi Meakin and Joanna Matthews // 3 Who are the service users? Language, neo-liberalism and social constructions 30 - Hugh McLaughlin // 4 Experiential knowledge in mental health services, research and professional education 41 - Steve Gillard, Rhiannon Foster and Angela Sweeney // 5 Ethical involvement of service users 54 - Beverley Burke and Andrea Newman // 6 A matter of power: relationships between professionals and disabled service users 64 - Colin Cameron with Joanne Molloy-Graham and Maggie Cameron // 7 The housing campaign - User Involvement in action 85 - Brendan McKeever // 8 Talking heads: why asylum seeker parents are scared of social workers - mending the gaps between us 94 - Nada Abdulla, Bini Araia, Helen Casey, Ibrahim Dialllo, Anna Makoni, Yvonne Mondiwa, Elaine Spencer, Luwam Tekeste // 9 Talking heads: training for the non-disabled 101 - Colin Cameron, Maggie Cameron and Colin Hambrook // SECTION 2 // The state of service user involvement in human services involvement in education and research across the globe 111 // 10 A tsunami of lived experience: from regional Australia to global mental health activism 113 - Joanne Newman, Rebecca Jury and Kathy Boxali //
11 The meeting place between service users and students: mediums of learning at the School of Social Work of the University of Sherbrooke 124 - Annie Lambert, Paul Morin, Sophie Nobert-Bordeleau, Emilie Pothier-Tessier, Marie-Josee St Jean, Annie Patenaude // 12 Talking heads: the non-existence of meaningful service user consultation in Congo Brazzaville 136 - Charden Pouo // 13 Service user involvement and gap-mending practices in Sweden 142 - Cecilia Heule, Marcus Knutagärd and Arne Kristiansen // 14 Challenging racism in Hong Kong: an e-learning approach to social work education 151 - Raes Begum Baig, Kar-Choi Chan and Jim Campbell // 15 Lessons learned: the meaning making power of involvement 162 - Joanne Sansome // 16 Blank page: involvement of expert by experience in social work education in Slovenia 174 - Petra Videmšek // 17 Emergence and clashes in disabled service user organisations in South Korea 186 - SeKwang Hwang // 18 Service users and participation — the Spanish experience 195 - Emilio José Gomez-Ciriano // 19 Social work in the UK: a case for radical co-production replacing worn out structures 206 - Helen Casey, Dan Vale and Maryam Zonouzi // 20 Faculty perceptions of service user involvement in human services education 218 - Nafees Alam // 21 Talking heads: Nigeria to the UK 224 - Larry Amadi-Emina // SECTION 3 // Service user involvement in human services education 227 // 22 Disabled activists’ involvement in developing and delivering disability studies at St Angela’s College, Sligo, Ireland 229 - Peter Kearns and Susan Carton // 23 Service user involvement in professional skill development: planning and delivering a skills practice workshop 239 - Jim Bell, Martin Fraser, Sara Hitchin, Linda McCulloch and Lynda Morrison //
24 Service users reaching out to help professionals: shaping professional education on substance use and poverty issues 250 - Hilda Loughran, Gary Broderick, SAOL Women’s Group and Ray Hegarty // 25 Service user involvement in nurse education 260 - Laura Serrant, Gillian Janes and Opeyemi Odejimi // 26 The potential for interprofessional education 274 - Elizabeth Anderson, Jenny Ford and Emma Smith // 27 All our justice: people with convictions and participatory’ criminal justice 285 - Gillian Buck, Paula Harriott, Kemi Ryan, Natasha Ryan, Philippa Tomczak // 28 Continuous teacher training for providing speciahsed educational services in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil 996 - Leila Regina d Oliveira de Paula Nunes and Carolina Rizzotto Schirmer // 29 Doing more than telling stories 320 - Wendy Bryant // 30 Investing in Children: how a children s human rights organisation contributes to human services research and education 322 - Written by Jordan Dodds and young people from Investing in Children, supported by Dr Felicity Shenton // 31 Don’t judge a book by its cover: lived experiences of the involvement of older people in social work education 329 - Sarah Lonbay, Shirley Hallam, Patricia Higgins and Sheila Weatheritt // 32 Service user involvement in countries of conflict 339 - Joe Duffy // 33 New Zealand’s indigenous end-of-life care customs: a qualitative study on Maori, by Maori, for Maori, with Maori 347 - Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Kathleen Mason and Merryn Gott // 34 ‘Moving away from the sound of one hand clapping?’ 359 - John Stephens, Katherine Baker and Ali Finlayson // 35 Social pedagogy, collaborative learning and outcomes in service user and carer involvement in social work education 371 - Susan Levy, Claire Ferrier, Elinor Dowson and Jordan Risbridger // SECTION 4 // Service user involvement in research in the human services 383 //
36 Lessons of inclusive learning: the value of experiential knowledge // Persons with a learning disability in social work education 385 - Jean Pierre Wilken, Jeroen Knevel and Sascha van Gijzel // 37 How can we survive and thrive as survivor researchers? 403 - Jacqui Lovell-Norton, Konstantina (Dina) Poursanidou, Karen Machin, Stephen Jeffreys and Holly Dale // 38 The trouble with coproduction 419 - Nick Watson // 39 Augmented communication: patient and public involvement in research: rhetoric and reality 427 - Liz Moulam, Stuart Meredith, Helen Whittle, Yvonne Lynch and Janice Murray // 40 From tokenism to full participation: autistic involvement in research and the delivery of services 440 - Damian Milton // 41 The possibilities and constraints of service user research collaborations: the Peer Qualitative Research Group 446 - Jijian Voronka, Jill Grant, Deb Wise Harris, Arianna Kennedy and Janina Komaroff // 42 Rhetoric to reality: challenges and opportunities for embedding young people’s involvement in health research 454 - Duca-Mai Brady // 43 “Recently, I have felt like a service user again”: conflicts in collaborative research, a case from Norway 467 - Sidsel Natland // 44 What difference does it make? The service user contribution to evaluation 477 - Claire Russell and Roger Smith // 45 Talking heads: reflections of a researcher with multiple impairments: Raising the voices of young disabled people preparing for life beyond segregated school 487 - Paul Doyle // 46 Talking heads: reflections on learning from gap mending participants: Experiences matter 495 - Compiled by Helen Casey, Cecilia Heule and Arne Kristiansen //
SECTION 5 // Future challenges and opportunities 505 // 47 Professional education: does service user involvement make a difference? 507 - Colin Cameron, Helen Casey and Joe Duffy // 48 Service user involvement in research: what difference does it make? 515 - Peter Beresford and Hugh McLaughlin // Index

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