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BACKGROUND Research suggests that levels of discrimination against people using mental health services are high; however, reports of these people's experiences are rare. AIMS To determine whether the Time to Change (TTC) programme target of 5% reduction in discrimination has been achieved. METHOD Separate samples of people using mental health services(More)
Aims. Discrimination against people with severe mental illness is an international problem. It is associated with reduced social contact and hinders recovery. This paper aims to evaluate if experienced or anticipated discrimination is associated with social capital, a known correlate of mental health. Methods. Data from the annual viewpoint cross-sectional(More)
BACKGROUND Research has found considerable variation in how far individuals with a diagnosis of mental illness experience discrimination. AIMS This study tested four hypotheses: (i) a diagnosis of schizophrenia will be associated with more discrimination than depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder; (ii) people with a history of involuntary treatment will(More)
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BACKGROUND There are significant challenges across the research pathway, including participant recruitment. This paper aims to explore the impact of clinician recruitment decision-making on sampling for a national mental health survey. METHOD Clinical teams in 20 English mental healthcare provider organisations screened caseload lists, opting-out people(More)
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