Nancy E Hansen, PhD,
Interdisciplinary Master's Program,Disability Studies
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Subject: [NADSN] McPin Foundation Blog - Disability and lived experience in mental health research
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Rich and I have written a blog for the McPin Foundation's mental health research matters campaign around being disabled researchers with lived experience of what we research. Thought it might be interesting for some 🙂link below:
The wisdom, privilege, and challenges of peer academic researchers in mental health researchhttps://mentalhealthresearchmatters.org.uk/peer-academic-researchers-mental-health-research/
Dr Ruth Knight and Richard Knight are academic researchers with lived experience of subjects they have studied. In this article, they discuss how researchers like them provide a unique viewpoint that can improve mental health research.
All the best,
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