Questionnaires from the heart: national agendas and private hopes
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Questionnaires from the heart: national agendas and private hopes

Simon Champ Independent contributor, Australia

This article reflects on issues in mental health research from the user’s perspective. Simon Champ, who is himself a user of mental health services as well as an activist in mental health reform, discusses the frustrations felt by consumers of mental health services in Australia at their lack of involvement in research into mental health. He examines the importance of research to consumers and puts forward an argument for the need for greater partnership between consumers and researchers

Nurse Researcher. 9, 4, 20-29. doi: 10.7748/nr2002.

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