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Explorations of cooperation and recalcitrance in secure mental health hospitals

McKeown, M and Chandley, M and Jones, F and Wright, K and Duxbury, J and Foy, P (2016) Explorations of cooperation and recalcitrance in secure mental health hospitals. European Psychiatry, 33 Sup. S462-S462. ISSN 0924-9338

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Abstract

This paper reports on the findings of three qualitative research studies undertaken within, respectively, medium and low secure units in one UK region, and a high secure mental health hospital in England (UK). The first study investigated alliance based involvement practices. The second explored service user and staff views and sense making of the notion of recovery. The third study is ongoing into service user and staff experiences of extreme coercive measures, such as forms of restraint and long-term seclusion or segregation. All studies utilised either semi-structured interviews or focus groups. All data was subject to thematic analysis.

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