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We're not mad, we're angry

Channel 4 screened Eleventh Hour's "We're not mad we're angry" in 1986. This was a unique docu-drama which took two years to make with a group of current and former psychiatric patients who held full editorial control. Many of the actors in the drama sequences had been service users; others were involved in the editing and production process. Many of the survivors interviewed were activists such as: Jan Wallcraft who became Mindlink's first co-ordinator; David Crepaz-Keay, who went on to manage Mental Health Media, then became Head of Empowerment and Social Inclusion at the Mental Health Foundation; Peter Campbell, the founder of Survivor's Speak Out'; Mike Lawson, the first survivor vice-chair of National Mind. This is the documentary in full, now available on Youtube.

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U Can Cope

Film about coping with suicidal thoughts and depression. May be of use to those involved in teaching mental health on prequalifying programmes.

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Handbook for External Examiners

Guidance for external examiners for the degree in social work, produced by the Prepared by:The Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP)with the Joint University Council Social Work Education Committee and the four UK Care Councils (the General Social Care Council, the Care Council for Wales, the Northern Ireland Social Services Council and the Scottish Social Services Council)

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Direct Observation (Plymouth)

Example of guidance and form to record direct observation

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Other types of evidence - Blogging (Plymouth)

Example of assignment on reflective material to be submitted for a portfolio, including blogging

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Work produced by student - Record of work undertaken (Plymouth)

Example of format for recording work undertaken by student while on placement

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Direct Observation - Live Teaching (Doel et al)

Extract from Doel, M. (2010) Social Work Placements: A traveller’s guide, Abingdon: Routledge, pp 64-70. Outlines the possibilities of the practice educator co-working with the student.

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Critical Reflection Guidance (Birmingham)

Guidance on critical reflection of practice while on placement

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Direct Observation (Birmingham)

Example of guidance and form to record direct observation

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Evidence from supervision - supervision record (Birmingham)

Example of form to record student's supervision while on placement

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Service user/carer feedback form (Birmingham)

Example of form for obtaining feedback from service user/carer

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Work produced by student - Record of work undertaken (Birmingham)

Example of guidance and form to record student's work while on placement

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Work produced by student - Work summary (Birmingham)

Example of guidance on how student records agency work for assessment

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Critical reflection co-marked assignment (Bournemouth)

Example of guidance for assignment marked by university and practice educator

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Critical reflection practice analyses (Bournemouth)

Example of format for critical incident analysis of practice

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Direct Observation (Bournemouth)

Example of guidance and form to record Direct Observation

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Work produced by student - Summary of work undertaken (Bournemouth)

Example of guidance on methods of recording work undertaken by student while on placement

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Other types of evidence - Student learning profile (Pan London)

Example of student learning profile that can be shared across placements used in Pan-London region

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Mental Health for All by Involving All

TED talk by Vikram Patel. Nearly 450 million people are affected by mental illness worldwide. In wealthy nations, just half receive appropriate care, but in developing countries, close to 90 percent go untreated because psychiatrists are in such short supply. Vikram Patel outlines a highly promising approach -- training members of communities to give mental health interventions, empowering ordinary people to care for others.

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