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Embedding effective depression care: using theory for primary care organisational and systems change
BackgroundDepression and related disorders represent a significant part of general practitioners (GPs) daily work. Implementing the evidence about what works for depression care into routine practiceExpand
We need to talk: an observational study of the impact of electronic medical record implementation on hospital communication
Background Increasing attention is being given to the importance of communication in the delivery of high-quality healthcare. We sought to determine whether communication improved in a hospitalExpand
Diverse voices, simple desires: a conceptual design for primary care to respond to depression and related disorders
Background. The World Health Organization and the World Organization of Family Doctors have called for ‘doable’ and ‘limited’ tasks to integrate mental health into primary care. Little information isExpand
Lost in the shadows: reflections on the dark side of co-production
This article is a response to Oliver et al.’s Commentary ‘The dark side of coproduction: do the costs outweigh the benefits for health research?’ recently published in Health Research Policy andExpand
Maps, Models, and Narratives
Many researchers within the social sciences, medicine, and humanities have examined the ways people talk and think about depression. In their research and published literature they have attempted toExpand
The CORE study protocol: a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial to test a co-design technique to optimise psychosocial recovery outcomes for people affected by mental illness in the
Introduction User engagement in mental health service design is heralded as integral to health systems quality and performance, but does engagement improve health outcomes? This article describes theExpand
The Participatory Zeitgeist: an explanatory theoretical model of change in an era of coproduction and codesign in healthcare improvement
Healthcare systems redesign and service improvement approaches are adopting participatory tools, techniques and mindsets. Participatory methods increasingly used in healthcare improvement coalesceExpand
Recovery from severe mental illness
The concept of mental health “recovery” is based on evidence that people with severe mental illnesses can live autonomous, contributing and satisfying lives in the community, even in the presence ofExpand
Codesigning health and other public services with vulnerable and disadvantaged populations: Insights from an international collaboration
Codesign has the potential to transform health and other public services. To avoid unintentionally reinforcing existing inequities, better understanding is needed of how to facilitate involvement ofExpand
Analysing cultural proximity: Islamic Relief Worldwide and Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh
Based on fieldwork carried out on Islamic Relief's relief programme for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, this article contributes to the debate on whether Muslim aid agencies bring added value whenExpand
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