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Recently published papers

Our members have been busy and over the last few months have seen two papers published in academic journals.

Eddie Nkurunungi was one of the authors of a protocol paper entitled 'Peer support for frequent users of inpatient mental health care in Uganda: protocol of a quasi-experimental study'. This paper describes the protocol of a study evaluating the impact of peer support work in reducing readmissions among frequent users of psychiatric inpatient care in Uganda.

The benefits of our work for qualified clinical psychologists

Our work often includes clinical psychologists from both Uganda and the UK. However, their involvement is as much about them learning as it is for everyone else involved. Will and Jo talk about what they have gained from being members of Sharing Stories as qualified clinical psychologists.

The huge value of trainee clinical psychologists in our work

We were recently providing an introduction to our work to encourage Lancaster University trainee clinical psychologists to get involved in our collaborative work on mental health in Uganda and the UK. This great video of Eddie and Kim gives an introduction to the value of having trainees involved!

Sharing Stories award winning members
The Ugandan Human Rights Commission recognized the outstanding work of two of our members by selecting them as Human Rights Community Heroes. This award is for individuals from various communities across the country who have consistently stood up for someone’s rights.
Adult Learners' Week Award 2015
Members of Sharing Stories talk about winning the Health Education North West Adult Learners' Week Award 2015 for Developing a Shared Culture and the values of Sharing Stories.
SSV Newsletter - November 2015

This roundup of our year covers the highlights of our work including reflections on the recovery listening events, our conference presentations and award presentation!

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