New service user peer review progarmme launched

McPin has joined with The Lancet Psychiatry to train people who use mental health services to become service-user reviewers for the journal. New peer reviewers will be the first from the UK to take part in this new partnership and they will have the opportunity to see and comment on new findings and influence what is published.

A talking point paper exploring whether experiential knowledge can contribute to traditional psychiatric drugs research, including human rights implications. Authored by independent survivor researcher and consultant, Jasna Russo, a long-term activist in the international mental health service user/psychiatric survivor movement.

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