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Detained – what's my choice? Part 2: Conclusions and recommendations

  • Eluned Dorkins, Glenn Roberts, James Wooldridge and Elaine Hewis

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We have developed this succession of articles as a series of iterative steps, each seeking to uphold the recovery values of co-working and collaboration, looking for agreement and commonality but valuing equally diverse viewpoints and difference. Our conclusion is that this is the beginning of a creative dialogue on choice as a route to recovery for people who are psychiatrically detained. We commend our method of engaging with the inevitable tensions and dilemmas by: clarifying the story behind difficult interactions, identifying the relevant guiding principles and jointly working to explore from different viewpoints what can be done to promote recovery.

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Copeland, M. E. & Mead, S. (2008) Continuing the dialogue: moving towards shared risk. Invited commentary on: Detained – what's my choice. Part 1. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 14, 181182.
Fulford, K. W. M. & King, M. (2008) A values-based perspective on good practice in compulsion. Invited commentary on: Detained – what's my choice. Part 1. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 14, 183186.
Roberts, G., Dorkins, E., Wooldridge, J. & Hewis, E. (2008) Detained – what's my choice? Part 1: Discussion. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 12, 172186.
Valsraj, K. M. & Gardner, N. (2007) Choice in mental health: myths and possibilities. Advances in Psychiatric Treatment, 13, 6067.

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Detained – what's my choice? Part 2: Conclusions and recommendations

  • Eluned Dorkins, Glenn Roberts, James Wooldridge and Elaine Hewis
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