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The Routledge Handbook of Service User Involvement in Human Services Research and Education

Edited by: Hugh McLaughlin , Peter Beresford , Colin Cameron , Helen Casey , Joe Duffy

Print publication date:  August  2020
Online publication date:  August  2020

Print ISBN: 9781138360143
eBook ISBN: 9780429433306
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9780429433306
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Book description

Worldwide, there has been a growth in service user involvement in education and research in recent years. This handbook is the first book which identifies what is happening in different regions of the world to provide different countries and client groups with the opportunity to learn from each other.

The book is divided into five sections: Section One examines service user involvement in context exploring theoretical issues which underpin service user involvement. In Section Two we focus on the state of service user involvement in human services education and research across the globe including examples of innovative practice, but also identifying examples of where it is not happening and why. Section Three offers more detailed examination of such involvement in a wide range of professional education learning settings. Section Four focuses on the involvement of service users in research involving a wide range of service user groups and situations. Lastly, Section Five explores future challenges for education and research to ensure involvement remains meaningful.

The book includes forty-eight chapters, including seventeen case-studies, from all regions of the world, this is the first book to both highlight the subject?s methodological and theoretical issues and give practical examples in education and research for those wishing to engage in this field.

It will be of interest to all service users, scholars and students of social work, nursing, occupational therapy, and other human service subjects.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Critical issues in the development of service user involvement Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Improving understanding of service user involvement and identity Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Who are the service users? Language, neo-liberalism and social constructions Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Experiential knowledge in mental health services, research and professional education Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Ethical involvement of service users Download PDF
Chapter  6:  A matter of power Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The housing campaign – User Involvement in action Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  10:  A tsunami of lived experience Download PDF
Chapter  11:  The meeting place between service users and students Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Service user involvement and gap-mending practices in Sweden Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Challenging racism in Hong Kong Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Lessons learned Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Blank page Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Emergence and clashes in disabled service user organisations in South Korea Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Service users and participation – the Spanish experience Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Social work in the UK Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Faculty perceptions of service user involvement in human services education Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Disabled activists’ involvement in developing and delivering disability studies at St Angela’s College, Sligo, Ireland Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Service user involvement in professional skill development Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Service users reaching out to help professionals Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Service user involvement in nurse education Download PDF
Chapter  26:  The potential for interprofessional education Download PDF
Chapter  27:  All our justice Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Continuous teacher training for providing specialised educational services in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Doing more than telling stories Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Investing in Children Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Don’t judge a book by its cover Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Service user involvement in countries of conflict Download PDF
Chapter  33:  New Zealand’s indigenous end-of-life care customs Download PDF
Chapter  34:  ‘Moving away from the sound of one hand clapping?’ Download PDF
Chapter  35:  Social pedagogy, collaborative learning and outcomes in service user and carer involvement in social work education Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Lessons of inclusive learning Download PDF
Chapter  37:  How can we survive and thrive as survivor researchers?  Download PDF
Chapter  38:  The trouble with coproduction Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Augmented communication Download PDF
Chapter  40:  From tokenism to full participation Download PDF
Chapter  41:  The possibilities and constraints of service user research collaborations Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Rhetoric to reality Download PDF
Chapter  43:  “Recently, I have felt like a service user again” Download PDF
Chapter  44:  What difference does it make? The service user contribution to evaluation Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Talking heads Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Professional education Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Service user involvement in research Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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