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“Work with me”: service users’ perspectives on shared decision making in mental health

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“Work with me”: service users’ perspectives on shared decision making in mental health. / Castillo, Heather; Ramon, Shulamit.

In: Mental Health Review Journal, Vol. 22, No. 3, 11.09.2017, p. 166-178.

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title = "“Work with me”: service users{\textquoteright} perspectives on shared decision making in mental health",
abstract = "Purpose:While shared decision making (SDM) in general health has proven effectiveness, it has received far less attention within mental health practice with a disconnection between policy and ideals. The purpose of this paper to review existing developments, contemporary challenges, and evidence regarding SDM in mental health with a particular focus on the perspectives of service users.Design/methodology/approach:This is a review of international papers analysed using narrative synthesis of relevant databases.Findings:The review shows significant barriers to the utilisation of SDM including ethical and legal frameworks, accountability and risk. The medical model of psychiatry and diagnostic stigma also contributes to a lack of professional acknowledgement of service user expertise. Service users experience an imbalance of power and feel they lack choices, being “done to” rather than “worked with”.Practical implications:The paper also presents perspectives about how barriers can be overcome, and service users enabled to take back power and acknowledge their own expertise.Originality/value:This review is the first with a particular focus on the perspectives of service users and SDM.",
author = "Heather Castillo and Shulamit Ramon",
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AB - Purpose:While shared decision making (SDM) in general health has proven effectiveness, it has received far less attention within mental health practice with a disconnection between policy and ideals. The purpose of this paper to review existing developments, contemporary challenges, and evidence regarding SDM in mental health with a particular focus on the perspectives of service users.Design/methodology/approach:This is a review of international papers analysed using narrative synthesis of relevant databases.Findings:The review shows significant barriers to the utilisation of SDM including ethical and legal frameworks, accountability and risk. The medical model of psychiatry and diagnostic stigma also contributes to a lack of professional acknowledgement of service user expertise. Service users experience an imbalance of power and feel they lack choices, being “done to” rather than “worked with”.Practical implications:The paper also presents perspectives about how barriers can be overcome, and service users enabled to take back power and acknowledge their own expertise.Originality/value:This review is the first with a particular focus on the perspectives of service users and SDM.

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