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Making a real difference

The National Institute for Mental Health England (NIMHE) was established in 2002, and from the beginning had a commitment to put people who use services at the centre of their work, and involve service users and carers in the planning and delivery of work. In 2004 the NIMHE executive team conduced a review of service users and carer involvement at all levels within NIMHE, with the aim of identifying what action was needed to develop a more co-ordinated and strategic approach. This article provides a brief overview of the review, its key findings and recommendations.

Additional Titles
Mental Health Today
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Key Information

Type of Reference
Mgzn
Publisher
Pavilion
ISBN/ISSN
1474-5186
Resource Database
Social care online
Publication Year
2005
Edition
Reprint Edition
Issue Number
Start Page
27-30