Peer Provision in Mental Health Services: Peer relations and organisational contexts
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The purpose of this study was to understand how peer provision supports a person living with mental health challenges with their recovery and examine the role of organisational contexts in the delivery of peer provision services. This study validated the use of the CHIME framework, proposed a stepped model of peer provision, and documented a continuum of organisational responses to the employment of people with lived experience in the mental health sector.
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