The Theory of Values-based Practice R&D

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Groups, Networks and Organizational Partners

The following are the groups, networks and other Organizational Project Partners working in areas relevant to the theory of values-based practice.

You can go direct to their respective Project Partner Profiles from this list

AiMH (Aesthetics in Mental Health) Group, UK

Anton Proksch Institute for Alcohol Dependence and Addiction, Vienna, Austria

Division of Philosophy & Ethics of Mental Health, School of Medicine, University of Pretoria, School of Medicine, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health
Lead Michael Musalek

LPPRD (Laboratory for the Philosophy and Psychology of Reasoning and Decision)
Lead Researcher Philipp Koralus; Post-doc Salvador Mascarenhas

MVMH (Mind, Value and Mental Health)
Lead Edward Harcourt; Post-doc Elliana Fetterolf
Joint research on co-production with the Mental Health Foundation, London, and the Bristol Co-production Group
Co-researchers include: David Crepaz-Keay (MHF), Jayasree Kalathil (MHF) and Toby Williamson (MHF); Joanna Hicks (Bristol Group); Yvonne Anderson (Cernis); Bill Fulford (Oxford/Bristol Group)

Medical University Plovdiv (Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology), University Center for Philosophy and Mental Health, Bulgaria

Picker Institute (research and consultancy on person-centered medicine)
Chief Executive Andrew McCullochxx

Values-based Practice Theory Network
Convened by Anna Bergqvist
Inaugural meeting on particularism October 2015

Individual Partners

The following are the Individual Project Partners working in areas relevant to the theory of values-based practice.

You can go direct to their respective Project Partner Profiles from this list

Yvonne Anderson, Director of Cernis Limited, Sixteen25 and Co-Director of St Giles medical.

Neil Armstrong, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford

Gillian Bendelow
Social science research in various areas of values and healthcare

Anna Bergqvist, Philosopher, UK; Director, Particularism in Bioethics, Professional Ethics and Medicine; convenor Values-based Practice Theory Network

Guenda Berneggerxx,

Dr Sarah Carr, Associate Professor of Mental Health Research, Middlesex University and Director, Sarah Carr and Associates, mental health and social care knowledge consultancy

Dr David Crepaz-Keay, Head of Empowerment and Social Inclusion, Mental Health Foundation.

Helena Fox, Psychiatrist and artist, UK; Convener, Aesthetics in Mental Health Group

Elianna Fetterolf, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Philosophy working on the collaborative research project ‘Therapeutic Conflicts: Co-Producing Meaning in Mental Health’ (Principal Investigator: Edward Harcourt), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford; Research Associate, Keble College, Oxford

Pamela Fisher, University of Leeds/ESRC Seminar Series: Re-imagining professionalism: towards co-production

Jeremy Howick, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences.

Philipp Koralusxx

Ben Kotzee, School of Education, University of Birmingham

Michael Loughlin, Professor of Applied Philosophy, MMU Cheshire

Salvador Mascarenhasxx

Gerry McGivern, Professor of Organisational Analysis, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, UK

Kay Mohanna, Professor of Values Based Healthcare Education, Institute of Health and Society, Worcester University

Marcin Moskalewicz, PhD; historian and philosopher of science

Michael Musalekxx

Martin Poltrumxx

Eisuke Sakakibara, M.D. Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo/Department of Neuropsychiatry, The University of Tokyo Hospital

Anne Slowther, Associate Professor in Clinical Ethics,

Values Law and Ethics theme lead, Warwick Medical School. Trustee of UK Clinical Ethics Network

Professor David Seedhouse, Professor of Values Based Practice, Institute of Health and Society, Worcester University. Author of Values-based Decision-making for the Caring Professions (Wiley 2005); creator and owner of the Values Exchange community

Drozdstoy Stoyanov, Co-Director of University Center for Philosophy and Mental Health, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Jacinta Tan, Clinical Associate Professor in the College of Medicine, Swansea University; Convenor, Welsh Eating Disorder Research Development Group; Ethics Lead, Medicine Health and Society strand of the Swansea University Graduate Entry Medical School

Tim Thornton, Professor of Philosophy and Mental Health, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Stephen Tyreman  Osteopath and academic working in Philosophy of Medicine and Healthcare. Programme leader for Professional Doctorate in Osteopathy

Werdie van Staden, Nelson Mandela Professor of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Pretoria Medical School, South Africa

Sridhar Venkatapuram, Lecturer in Global Health & Philosophy King’s College London, Senior Research Associate, University of Johannesburg Philosophy

Frances Whitaker, Research Officer for the Commission for Values-based CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services), Royal College of Psychiatrists, UK

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