With a strong positive emphasis on the benefits to all stakeholders service user involvement and recovery in mental health offers guidelines for good practice that will be relevant to health and social care practitioners service users students researchers and educators. The office of mental health engagement and recovery seeks to ensure that the voice of the service user family member and carer inform the design delivery and evaluation of services through developing structures systems and mechanisms to incorporate service user family member and carer experience in service development and improvement in . As the momentum for personalisation and recovery approaches grows service users are increasingly participating as partners in all aspects of health and social care delivery policy making and professional training this book provides an overview of service user involvement in mental health its origins and current practice and policywritten cooperatively by service users and academics this . More description would have complemented a particularly lucid introductory chapter by philip kemp that examines the societal evolution of mental health service user involvement regardless this fast reading book is valuable to understand how personal experiences affect recovery and advocacy. Mental health services as well as challenges and barriers the evidence review focuses on service user engagement with a view to designing planning improving and evaluating services rather than the involvement of service users in their own care planning the review focuses on service user engagement in adult mental health services
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