Students and service users learning together: Co-operative inquiry and its implications for curriculum development

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Tina Coldham and Steve Tee describe a piece of action research, involving pre-registration nursing students and service users in a process known as "co-operative inquiry". This model is introduced, together with some reflection on how it was used on a pre-registration nursing programme at the University of Southampton. Includes reflection on the efficacy of this approach in facilitating the meaningful involvement of service users in learning and teaching about mental health.

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Added01 Jun 2011 12:37
KeywordsUKOER, SWAPBox, reflective practice, user and carer involvement, cooperative inquiry, mental health, participation
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