The uncut jade: differing views of the potential of expert users on staff training and rehabilitation programmes for service users in Hong Kong.

@article{Ng2013TheUJ,
  title={The uncut jade: differing views of the potential of expert users on staff training and rehabilitation programmes for service users in Hong Kong.},
  author={Roger Ng and Veronica J Pearson and Yin Wan Pang and Ngai Sze Wong and Nathan C Wong and Faye M Y Chan},
  journal={The International journal of social psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={176-87}
}
BACKGROUND Service user participation in direct service provision and evaluation has been developing in the western world in the past 20 years. However, this recovery-based care model is relatively new in Asia. AIM To understand the views and perceptions of the service users and of psychiatric nurses about the recruitment of peer specialists in a regional psychiatric unit in Hong Kong. METHOD A qualitative study using probe questions to understand the above issues in the form of focus group… CONTINUE READING
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