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Kim’s work with the Home Treatment Team is described in the context of training in values-based practice in a number of places including

Fulford, K.W.M. and Woodbridge, K. (2007) Values-based Practice in Teaching and Learning. Ch 12 in Stickley, T. and Basset, T. (eds) Teaching Mental Health. London: John Wiley & Sons, pp 145-160.
Fulford, K.W.M. and Woodbridge, K. (2008) Practising Ethically: Values-Based Practice and Ethics: working together to support person-centred and multidisciplinary mental health care. Chapter 5 in Stickley, T. and Basset, T. (eds) Learning About Mental Health Practice. John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp 145-160.

David Pilgrim’s work on the priorities of people with mental health issues was published with colleagues in

Rogers, A., Pilgrim, D. and Lacey, R., (1993) Experiencing Psychiatry: Users’ Views of Services, London: The Macmillan Press.

Further reading on training methods in values-based practice is given in The Practice of Values-based Practice

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