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Ana and the Internet: a review of pro-anorexia websites.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this article is to describe the content of pro-anorexia websites, both qualitatively and quantitatively. METHOD An Internet search protocol was developed to identifyExpand
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Researching Children’s Experiences.
This book’s co-authors Freeman and Mathison are faculty affiliated with education departments in their respective universities (University of Georgia and University of British Columbia), who have broad experience in the use of qualitative inquiry with young people. Expand
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Narratives of Identity: Re-presentation of Self in People Who Are Homeless
The problem of homelessness is a pressing social and health concern ascribed to the interaction between personal, social, economic, and service system resources. This article is based on aExpand
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The Production and Dissemination of Knowledge: A Scoping Review of Arts-Based Health Research
The use of arts-based research is shifting our understanding of what counts as evidence and highlights the complexity and multidimensionality involved in creating new knowledge. A scoping review ofExpand
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Family perspectives on pathways to mental health care for children and youth in rural communities.
CONTEXT There is insufficient literature documenting the mental health experiences and needs of rural communities, and a lack of focus on children in particular. This is of concern given that up toExpand
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Recasting research into children's experiences of parental mental illness: beyond risk and resilience.
Children who live with a mentally ill parent are viewed primarily as being 'at risk' of developing a mental illness themselves and those who remain well are considered extraordinarily resilient. ThisExpand
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A descriptive review of qualitative studies in first episode psychosis
Aim: The aim of this paper is to provide a descriptive review of published qualitative research studies on first episode psychosis (FEP).
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Getting to uptake: do communities of practice support the implementation of evidence-based practice?
INTRODUCTION Practitioners are increasingly encouraged to adopt evidence-based practices (EBP) leading to a need for new knowledge translation strategies to support implementation and practiceExpand
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Children's experiences of parental mental illness: a literature review
Aim: This paper provides a review of published qualitative research on children's experiences of parental mental illness.
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The dialectic of friendship for people with psychiatric disabilities.
In the psychiatric literature, the meaning and importance of friendship has remained largely unexplored, subsumed under the rubric of social support or viewed as a component of community integration.Expand
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