Researchers from Australia, writing “from a consumer-recovery perspective” in the International Journal of Mental Health Nursing find that “the consumer movement has developed to such a degree that we now have a much more extensive body of material upon which to critique EBP (evidence-based practice) and inform and support the expansion of EBP … This expansion will ultimately enable services to practice in a manner consistent with the key characteristics of supporting personal recovery.”
Gordon, S. E. and Ellis, P. M. (2012), Recovery of evidence-based practice. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. doi: 10.1111/j.1447-0349.2012.00835.x
Note from Kermit Cole, “In the News” editor:
Since I originally posted this article on July 26, the full article has become available. So I am re-posting it.