Metamorphosis – or bridges not barriers
Alex McClimens Senior research fellow, Sheffield Hallam University
Mubarak Ismail Researcher, Health and Social Care, Sheffield Hallam University
Shona Kelly Professor of interdisciplinary health research, Sheffield Hallam University
Jeff Breckon Reader, Sheffield Hallam University
‘Cross-fertilisation’ between fields of practice could ensure people with mental health problems and learning disabilities receive appropriate physical healthcare
Dear reader, picture the scene… you wake up one day, in the style of Gregor Samsa in Franz Kafka’s novel Metamorphosis, and the realisation gradually dawns as the day progresses and you drop everyday objects, spill drinks and otherwise come across as terminally clumsy, that you have somehow become… left-handed.
Mental Health Practice.
21, 05, 13-13.
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