Stakeholders' perspectives on community-based participatory research to enhance mental health services.

@article{Case2014StakeholdersPO,
  title={Stakeholders' perspectives on community-based participatory research to enhance mental health services.},
  author={Andrew D. Case and Ronald C. Byrd and Eddrena Claggett and Sandra DeVeaux and Reno Perkins and Cindy Huang and Michael Joseph Sernyak and Jeanne L. Steiner and Russell S. Cole and Donna LaPaglia and Margaret Bailey and Candace Buchanan and Avon Johnson and Joy S. Kaufman},
  journal={American journal of community psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={54 3-4},
  pages={
          397-408
        }
}
Historically, consumers of mental health services have not been given meaningful roles in research and change efforts related to the services they use. This is quickly changing as scholars and a growing number of funding bodies now call for greater consumer involvement in mental health services research and improvement. Amidst these calls, community-based participatory research (CBPR) has emerged as an approach which holds unique promise for capitalizing on consumer involvement in mental health… CONTINUE READING
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