This article draws on philosophical value theory to interpret the lived experience of racial inequalities in mental health, thereby pointing the way to co-production as the basis of improved clinical care.
A new article published in Disability Review Magazine by the Lead for Values-based Social Care, Peter Lyne.
New publication added to the Wiki VBP Reference Library. Quality Versus Quantity of Life: Beyond the Dichotomy
A restrictive and dichotomous question has become the primary approach in many goals of care discussions. Is the primary goal of care quantity of life through aggressive therapy or quality of life through comfort care and hospice?
These days modern medicine can save and extend life – but not always. Individuals, their families, friends and too often medical professionals seek to extend life at any cost to its quality. When the inevitable happens, the process of dying and death itself can be very difficult. As a society we need to contemplate and make preparation for our own individual deaths.
Available from Bloomsbury in paperback, hardback, and e-book DescriptionCan we reach the psychotic subject in their delusion? Psychopathological theorists often try to find a way to characterise this subject’s inner predicament so that their opaque utterances and actions will now rationally hang together. In this pathbreaking work, philosopher and clinical psychologist Richard G. T. Gipps demonstrates how such […]
New Publication – Criminal responsibility evaluationsFor further details please see the entry in the Wiki VBP Library: https://vbp.libib.com/#94091227X Brief Description: Criminal responsibility assessments have at times come under scrutiny and have been heavily criticized. A literature review revealed significant differences between countries concerning legal frameworks and procedures for conducting these assessments. The findings suggest that although some […]
PCCS BOOKS invites you to the online launch of The Practical Handbook Of Hearing Voices: Therapeutic and creative approaches edited by Isla Parker, Dr Joachim Schnackenberg and Mark Hopfenbeck Zoom Link – https://NTNU.zoom.us/j/97626185228?pwd=b1plSTZBSnZkVGZ3MmNqM2RvWWRaUT09 Please RSVP to email@example.com
Five new items have been added to the wiki VBP library which may be of interest to Centre Partners. Dr Robert Dudas – How can history taking help psychiatrists explore values?Dr Robert Dudas – The Discontents of PsychiatryParker, I., Schnackenberg, J., and Hopfenbeck, M., (eds) The Practical Handbook of Hearing Voices: Therapeutic and Creative ApproachesCrepaz-Keay, D and […]
New Open Access book – VBP Centre partner Professor Drozdstoj Stoyanovand colleagues are delighted to announce their edited collection from Springer Nature International Perspectives in Values-based Mental Health Practice: Case Studies and Commentaries For details and availability as an open access publication please go to: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-030-47852-0
New Book just launched – Dan Stein’s Problems of Living: Perspectives from Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Cognitive-Affective Science uniquely integrates philosophical and scientific resources in tackling some of the deepest challenges of contemporary clinical careFor details and to order please visit: https://www.elsevier.com/books/problems-of-living/stein/978-0-323-90239-7
AAPP – Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry latest Bulletin – Volume 27, no. 1 – 2020. This considers which considers Phoebe Friesen’s discussion of the promises and perils of digital psychiatry along with commentaries and response.
Collaborating Centre Partner Dr Richard Gray is co-author of a timely new paper on the impact of COVID 19 on Primary Care in the UK. Gray, R and Sanders, C (2020) A reflection on the impact of COVID-19 on primary care in the United Kingdom. Journal of Interprofessional Care, vol.34, 2020, issue 5. The COVID-19 pandemic has presented […]
Two recent articles relating to Interprofessional Education and Practice may be of interest to partners. A Guest blog by Elizabeth Howkins and Richard Gray (August 2019) for Journal of Interpofessional Care entitled: Producing digital stories as a new IPE resource for teaching and learning. http://jicareblog.org/guest-blog-producing-digital-stories-as-a-new-ipe-resource-for-teaching-and-learning/ An article in the Journal of Interprofessional Care entitled Values-based interprofessional […]
The Practical Handbook for eating disorders is the fourth book in a series of ‘practical handbooks’ on different mental health issues, edited by Roz Austin and Mark Hopfenbeck. Current research suggests that as many as 1.6 million people in the UK experience an eating disorder. The Eating disorders handbook will offer a unique range of […]
The Practical Handbook for living with distressing voices is the third book in a series of ‘practical handbooks’ on different mental health issues, edited by Roz Austin and Mark Hopfenbeck. Current research suggests that as many as 500,000 persons in the UK experience distressing voices every year. The Living with distressing voices handbook will offer a unique range […]
New book from Collaborating Centre Partners Toby Williamson and Julian Hughes – The Dementia Manifesto: Putting Values-Based Practice to Work. (2019) Cambridge University Press book series on Values-based Medicine.For details and to order please go to: https://www.cambridge.org/gb/academic/subjects/medicine/mental-health-psychiatry-and-clinical-psychology/dementia-manifesto-putting-values-based-practice-work?format=PBFor a blog by Toby Williamson please go to: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2019/04/the-dementia-manifesto-a-revolution-in-how-dementia-is-understood/
New book critically reevaluating the legacy of Thomas Szasz in mental health – Thomas Szasz: An appraisal of his legacy – Edited by C.V. Haldipur, James L. Knoll IV, and Eric v.d. Luft – from OUP’s International Perspectives in Philosophy and Psychiatry For details and to order please go to: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/thomas-szasz-9780198813491
NEW REPORT from Royal College of Psychiatrists on Person-centred Care For details and a copy please go to: https://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/usefulresources/publications/collegereports/cr/cr215.aspx
NEW EDITED COLLECTION from the PFA (Professional Standards Authority) on Right-touch regulation in practice: international perspectives For details please go to: https://www.professionalstandards.org.uk/news-and-blog/latest-news/detail/2018/09/20/right-touch-regulation-spreads-across-the-world
The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH), University of Oxford & Phenomenology and Mental Health Network The Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, St. Catherine’s College Diversity and Mental Illness (one-day workshop) 24th of October 2018, University of Oxford The workshop is a part of TORCH’s annual headline series Humanities & Identities
The Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice welcomes submissions for a Special Edition on Shared Decision Making, to be published in September 2019. For More please see below
Michael Dunn and colleagues have published an article in Healthcare Analysis on Between the Reasonable and the Particular: Deflating autonomy in the legal regulation of informed consent to medical treatment The article is available on open access at: https://rdcu.be/2fg1
Have you any publications (books, chapters, articles, etc), training manuals, policy documents, or other materials, to contribute to a new library of VBP resources? If so please see below [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/VBP-Library-Project-Announcement.docx”]
On the importance of shaping language as a constructive tool in mental heath care. See – Richards, Veryan (2018). The importance of language in mental health care. The Lancet Psychiatry 5(6):460-461. and at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S2215-0366(18)30042-7 (053018).
A review article in EC Psychology and Psychiatry on Hippocrates Betrayed? Attributing Classifications to Patients Instead of Investigating their Histories (Anamnesis) Full text available under Open Access at: https://www.ecronicon.com/ecpp/pdf/ECPP-07-00235.pdf
Eleanor Chatburn and colleagues have published their Health Foundation funded work on a conceptual model to guide healthcare organisations to access safety The paper is available under Open Access at: http://qualitysafety.bmj.com/content/early/2018/03/06/bmjqs-2017-007175
We are delighted to announce that the French edition of Essential Values-based Practice will be launched at a meeting in Paris on March 16, 2018 – for details please See Below:
Healthcare Values Partnership, Oxford, cordially invite you to the launch of Marketisation, Ethics and Healthcare: Policy Practice and Moral Formation – edited by Therese Feiler, Joshua Hordern and Andrew Papanikitas (Routledge, 2018) 20th February, 2018 7:00pm – 8:30pm at Harris Manchester College (Warrington Room), Mansfield Road, Oxford Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org For details of the book and to order please CLICK HERE
A French translation of Essential Values-based Practice has just been announced The full reference is: K.W. M. (Bill) Fulford, E. Peile, & H. Caroll (2017). La Clinique fondée sur les valeurs : de la science aux personnes (transl. by A. Plagnol, B. Pachoud, F. Advenier, M. Darrason, R. Tevissen, J.-B. Trabut). Montrouge (France): Doin. For details and to […]
‘Core Values for Psychiatrists’ (CR204) http://www.rcpsych.ac.uk/usefulresources/publications/collegereports/cr/cr204.aspx The Report: articulates and clarifies the values operating in psychiatry today. outlines 8 core values – Communication, Dignity, Empathy, Fairness, Honesty, Humility, Respect, Trust. The values are developed into themes and principals covering all ages from the early developmental stages through to end-of-life care. complements and sits alongside the […]
Regent Lee, Amy Jones, Felicity Woodgate, Kirthi Ballamkonda, Nicholas Killough, Lucy Fulford-Smith, Katherine Hurst, Ismail Cassimjee, and Ashok Handa – The Experience of Patients During the Clinical Management Pathway of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms at a NHS Trust Available from: DOI: 10.1177/2374373517715010 journals.sagepub.com/home/jpx OR down load a copy (for personal use only) [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/AAA-Patient-Experiencepaper.pdf”] This paper is Copyright ©The Author(s) 2017. You may download […]
In Medical Law Review Jonathan Herring, Bill Fulford, Michael Dunn and Ashok Handa – Elbow Room for Best Practice? Montgomery, Patients’ Values, and Balanced Decision-making in Person-centred Clinical Care Available now from: doi:10.1093/medlaw/fwx029 OR advice view online https://academic.oup.com/medlaw/advance-articles OR down load a copy (for personal use only) [gview file=”https://valuesbasedpractice.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Montgomery-paper-Medical-Law-Review.pdf”] This paper is Copyright ©The Author 2017. You may download a copy for […]
Susan Weeks has recently published on inter-professional education – see: http://dc.etsu.edu/ijhse/vol4/iss1/2/ .
By Vitor Pordeus, 2017 On: Current contradictions of the mind/body problem Click Here for more
The report of the Commission for Values-based CAHMs (Child and Adolescent Mental Health System Commission) was launched on November 7th at a reception at the House of Lords hosted by Commission Chair Baroness Tyler The full report and a summary version can be downloaded from Full Text Downloads or via the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ website
NEW PUBLICATION – IMPORTANT NEW PUBLICATION IN VALUES-BASED PRACTICE – TO BE PUBLISHED 20TH NOVEMBER 2015 IN PALGRAVE MACMILLAN’S NEW SERIES FOUNDATIONS OF MENTAL HEALTH PRACTICE Values and Ethics in Mental Health. An Exploration for Practice by Alastair Morgan, Anne Felton, Bill (K.W.M) Fulford, Jayasree Kalathil and Gemma Stacey. This book provides a comprehensive and exploratory […]