4Pi national involvement standards

Developed by people with lived experience as part of the National Involvement Partnership (NIP) project, the 4Pi National Standards ensure effective co-production, thus really improving experiences of services and support.

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Service user involvement and co-production publications

Publications by the members of the national survivor user network (NSUN), network for mental health, on user involvement and co-production

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Service user involvement and co-production: the MARD project

Documents by the Making A Real Difference (MARD) project.

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Involvement Workers

The service user involvement workers peer support and development group was established September 2009. This was in response to requests from members to provide support to people who are in a professional role as a direct result of their own personal mental health experiences.

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Healthy lives

Healthy Lives Project Improving physical health services for people diagnosed with serious mental illnesses

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CPA and Recovery

This study was set up by the Mental Health Foundation, in partnership with NSUN, and was conducted by Dorothy Gould, the project lead, and Sarah Yiannoullou, NSUN’s Managing Director. The study explored how effective service users find the Care Programme Approach in promoting recovery as they understand it.

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Commissioning

NSUN seeks to improve service user involvement by supporting people with lived experience to gain proper input into the commissioning of services they use.

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Unlocking Service User Involvement Practice in Forensic Settings

NSUN commissioned WISH to conduct a review of involvement practice in forensic settings.

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