Learning from consumers: An eDelphi study of Australian mental health consumers’ priorities for recovery-oriented curricula

Karen Arblaster, Lynette Mackenzie, Lynda Matthews, Karen Willis, Katherine Gill, Paula Hanlon, Rachael Laidler
  • Australian Occupational Therapy Journal, September 2018, Wiley
  • DOI: 10.1111/1440-1630.12518

What mental health consumers want students to learn

What is it about?

This study identified capability domains Australian mental health consumers believe should inform recovery-oriented curricula in occupational therapy and other health professional education as well as the active roles they would like to play in student education.

Why is it important?

These findings can inform curricula to ensure they align with consumers' priorities and equip students to work in partnership with consumers to support their recovery. It also provides guidance for educators on ways consumers can be involved in curriculum design and teaching.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1440-1630.12518

The following have contributed to this page: Ms Karen Arblaster