Journal of Recovery in Mental Health

The Journal of Recovery in Mental Health is an international, multidisciplinary, and multi-method, open-access, peer-reviewed journal engaging research, proven practices and a range of perspectives, inclusive of health professionals, patients and families, focused on understanding and improving mental health recovery. Although primarily a themed issue journal, we will accept manuscripts at any time on topics related to recovery in mental health. 
Please visit our Online Submissions page for more information.


Drawing of a lighthouse

Cover Art by Lived Experience Contributor, Martha Hopkins

To enquire about the original art, please contact: jrmh@ontarioshores.ca

 
 

Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Recovery in Mental Health: Global Perspectives

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Table of Contents

Welcome Message

Welcome to the Inaugural Issue
Karim Mamdani
i

Editorial

Global Perspectives of Recovery and Mental Health
Simone Arbour
1-5

Lived Experience Editorial

The Canadian Patient Perspective
Brian T. Rose
6-9

Perspectives, Opinions, Viewpoints

Recovery and Mental Health Care in Australia – A Time of Change
Debra J Rickwood, Kerry A Thomas
10-19
Canada’s Journey to Recovery – A National Reflection
Ed Mantler, Laura Mullaly, Francis Knoops, Bonita Varga
21-24
How to Recover? Recovery in Denmark: A Work in Progress
Lisa Korsbek
25-33
The Life Rooms: An Innovative Recovery Approach
Clare Rotheram, Julian Raffay
35-41
Hafal: A Prudent Healthcare Approach to User-Led Services in Wales
Thomas Alun, Matthew Pearce, Christine Wilson, Euan Hails, Phil Thomas, Andrew Dugmore, Frank Kitt, Jason Celia
42-49