What we talk about when we talk about recovery: a systematic review and best-fit framework synthesis of qualitative literature

@article{Stuart2017WhatWT,
  title={What we talk about when we talk about recovery: a systematic review and best-fit framework synthesis of qualitative literature},
  author={S. R. Stuart and Louise Tansey and E. Quayle},
  journal={Journal of Mental Health},
  year={2017},
  volume={26},
  pages={291 - 304}
}
BACKGROUND The recovery approach is increasingly popular among mental-health services, but there is a lack of consensus about its applicability and it has been criticised for imposing professionalised ideas onto what was originally a service-user concept. [...] Key MethodMETHOD A systematic review identified 15 peer-reviewed articles examining experiences of recovery.Expand
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