Listening to ‘Early Intervention in Psychosis Teams’ Talk About Psychosis and Its Meaning: The Perspective of Those with Lived Experience of Psychosis
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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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