Service user involvement in mental health practitioner education in Ireland.

@article{Higgins2011ServiceUI,
  title={Service user involvement in mental health practitioner education in Ireland.},
  author={Agnes Higgins and Gerry Maguire and Mike Watts and Mary Creaner and Edward McCann and S. Senthil Rani and Jane L. Alexander},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={
          519-25
        }
}
In recent years, there is an ever increasing call to involve people who use mental health services in the development, delivery and evaluation of education programmes. Within Ireland, there is very little evidence of the degree of service user involvement in the educational preparation of mental health practitioners. This paper presents the findings on service user involvement in the education and training of professionals working in mental health services in Ireland. Findings from this study… CONTINUE READING
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