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Giving voice to adults with intellectual disabilities and experience of mental ill-health

16 December 2020

Nurse Researcher

Commentary

As a researcher preoccupied with Hollway and Jefferson’s free association narrative interview method (Hollway and Jefferson 2000, 2012), I was interested to read...

Psychoanalytically informed research interviewing: notes on the free association narrative interview method

07 May 2020

Nurse Researcher

interview techniques

Background Following the development of the transdisciplinary field of British psychosocial studies, interest in the application of insights from psychoanalysis in...

Silence and the narrative research interview

09 December 2021

Nurse Researcher

Commentary

In a recent Nurse Researcher article, Durkin et al (2020) describe the challenges Durkin encountered as part of a doctoral study which involved narrative interviews...

Email correspondence, interpretation and the psychoanalytically informed research interview

20 January 2022

Nurse Researcher

Qualitative interviews

Background Approaching qualitative interviews using principles drawn from psychoanalytic therapy can assist nurse researchers in developing nuanced accounts of...

Psychoanalytic therapy and narrative research interviewing: some reflections

16 August 2022

Nurse Researcher

Interviews

Background This article focuses on approaches to qualitative research interviewing that draw direct inspiration from psychoanalytic therapy. The reflective...

Delivering specialist care to children and young people involved with youth justice services during the COVID-19 pandemic

28 September 2021

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

During the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) have had to respond to increased psychological distress...

Providing specialist clinical support for adoptive parents and adoption professionals

20 September 2022

Mental Health Practice

CAMHS

Children who are adopted are at greater risk of experiencing mental health issues than their nonadopted peers. This has influenced the development of dedicated care...

Mental health service provision for single homeless people: findings from a freedom of information-based study

15 November 2022

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

Background Homeless people are at increased risk of developing mental health conditions and mental ill-health can be a precipitating factor for episodes of...

Young people’s views on specialist mental healthcare and remote delivery during the COVID-19 pandemic

05 April 2022

Mental Health Practice

evidence and practice

This article reports findings from a service evaluation involving interviews with 16 young people under the care of a single specialist child and adolescent mental...