Listening to ‘Early Intervention in Psychosis Teams’ Talk About Psychosis and Its Meaning: The Perspective of Those with Lived Experience of Psychosis
Whiter, Durkin and Tauchert provide an example of how people with lived experience of mental distress have been involved in the research process of a focus group study utilising discourse analysis. This demonstrates the value of a perspective derived from lived experience in producing meaningful and relevant research into MDTs in healthcare settings.
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