• Publications
  • Influence
Making sense of the voices.
  • R. Lakeman
  • Psychology, Medicine
    International journal of nursing studies
  • 1 October 2001
TLDR
Slade's explanatory model is used as a framework for exploring interventions which may assist people in exerting some control over the experience and which might be used alongside pharmacological interventions.
Using the Internet for data collection in nursing research.
  • R. Lakeman
  • Computer Science, Medicine
    Computers in nursing
  • 1 September 1997
TLDR
This article examines how the internet may be used as a tool for data collection in nursing research using methods of e-mail and WWW questionnaires as well as the possibility of virtual focus groups.
Standardized routine outcome measurement: pot holes in the road to recovery.
  • R. Lakeman
  • Medicine
    International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 December 2004
TLDR
Routine standardized outcome measurement in its current form can only provide a crude and narrow lens through which to witness recovery, and has only a limited capacity to capture the richness of people's recovery journeys or provide information that can usefully inform care.
Practice standards to improve the quality of family and carer participation in adult mental health care: an overview and evaluation.
  • R. Lakeman
  • Medicine
    International journal of mental health nursing
  • 1 February 2008
TLDR
The introduction of practice standards is an acceptable, inexpensive, and feasible way of improving the quality of family and carer participation, but gains may be modest.
Family and carer participation in mental health care: perspectives of consumers and carers in hospital and home care settings.
  • R. Lakeman
  • Medicine
    Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing
  • 1 April 2008
TLDR
The perceptions of service users and carers to carer participation in adult mental health services are explored and the provision of support and accessing services were identified as the most useful aspects of family participation.
The Ethics of Suicide Research The Views of Ethics Committee Members
Background. Good quality, ethically sound research is needed in order to better understand, appropriately respond to, and reduce the incidence of suicide. There is, however, a lack of clarity around
Impact of coercive measures on life stories: qualitative study
TLDR
It is suggested that people may come to accept coercive measures as necessary when confronted with danger to self or others, but the implementation of coercion needs to be improved substantially to counteract possible long-term adverse effects.
How people live with or get over being suicidal: a review of qualitative studies.
AIM To systematically review qualitative research which addresses how people live with suicidality or recover a desire to live. BACKGROUND Suicide is a pressing social and public health problem.
Ethical suicide research: a survey of researchers.
TLDR
A web-based survey of suicide researchers was undertaken and the main problems identified were accessing the population, maintaining confidentiality, the extent of care owed by the researcher to participants, and the facilitation of support to participants.
Consumer involvement in the tertiary-level education of mental health professionals: a systematic review.
TLDR
It is suggested that public policy expectations regarding consumer involvement in mental health services appear to be slowly affecting the education of mental health professionals and future research needs to focus on determining the effect of consumers involvement in education on the behaviours and attitudes of students in healthcare environments.
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