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Chris White
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Robyn Millar Feb 20
This is a really important project on the mental health & wellbeing of university students in the UK - if you have a few minutes, do take part!
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Chris White Feb 14
Replying to @easduncan
I'm okay, family bereavement and dealing physical health issues, and then today the it was the little things that seemed too big
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Chris White Feb 14
I can cope with the big problems, but the little things, when they go wrong that's a disaster
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Chris White Feb 13
Replying to @strangerwriters
maj ram yInajchu
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Chris White Feb 7
Replying to @strangerwriters
WILL DIE🙈🙉🙊
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Chris White Feb 5
Worked out a long time ago that it's not worth my wellbeing getting stressed, anxious or upset by travel delays, even if I do get home way past my bedtime
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Chris White Feb 5
Personally I would certainly have ordered the day and the speakers differently and it would have been better to have had someone in the morning speak from a lived experience perspective
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Nutmeg Hallett Feb 5
Prof Peter Zacher saying that clinicians should compensate for diagnostic bias by listening to testimony, narratives and voices conference
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Rai Waddingham Feb 5
Colin King: ‘co-production cannot happen until we remove the silence ... when the ‘first (European) and second (African) becomes the we’. Interesting to see if we can also talk about the silence around the sidelining of survivor knowledge
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Rai Waddingham Feb 5
Colin King: “Disclosure means professionals have to disclose bad practice, otherwise you’re colluding”. This is personally very important to me ... so much goes unchallenged & unreported by MH professionals (inc therapists)
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Chris White Feb 5
Do people have to disclose to qualify? Someone stands up as an academic, or a health professional and doesn't say they have lived experience, assumptions are made that they are one of "them" I struggle with that tension.
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Chris White Feb 5
Who decides what constitutes Evidence? Who defines what constitutes a positive outcome? I certainly didn't see some of my "positive" outcomes as positive
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Chris White Feb 5
"Psychiatry is intrinsically disempowering/unjust" (david Crepaz keay) Discuss
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Chris White Feb 5
You say, I say. Clinicians see things one way, but individuals may experience it differently. My experience is mine alone, to generalize it makes it something other
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Chris White Feb 5
Replying to @Chris66uk
Gilbert Rule the same event can be brought under different discretions
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Chris White Feb 5
ProfPeter Zachar, Whose Experience Counts? If you want to know something about someone ask them - See the value of what they say. Thinking we can view a mountain from many viewpoints, each giving a different and deeper perspective.
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Chris White Feb 5
Scientific Enquiry. How do we ensure Values Based Practice and shared decision making in clinical research which is so evidence based driven?
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Chris White Feb 5
Professor Bill Fulford (Collaborating Centre for Values Based Practice Oxford) Values based practice isn't easy.
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Chris White Feb 5
Attending International Network for Psychiatry conference at Manchester Metropolitan University opening session Co-producing Values: Mental Health First thinking shared decision making, does it happen?
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Chris White Feb 3
Replying to @eolasinntinn
And the BITE questionnaire!! Notice too only female participants. Reminds me of the mid 90's, an A&E nurse told me I shouldn't be self-harming because I was male, hetrosexual and over 25
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