Further reading

I owe a particular debt of gratitude to MHHE for pointing me to many of the resources listed here, and to Angela Towle and William Godolphin for this bibliography. The list below has a particular focus on nurse education, but where other items are especially relevant, they are included.

  • Advocacy in Action with Marian Charles, Harriet Clarke, Hannah Evans (2006) Assessing Fitness to Practise and Managing Work-based Placement. Social Work Education 25(4), June, 373-
  • Anderson J (ed) (2004) Learning from experience: involving service users and carers in mental health education Lancaster: MHHE.
  • Atkinson, S. & Williams, P. (2011). The involvement of service users in nursing students’ education. Learning Disability Practice, 14(3), 18-21.
  • Balen, R., Rhodes, C. & Ward, L. (2010). The power of stories: Using narrative for interdisciplinary learning in health and social care. Social Work Education, 29(4), 416-
  • Barker JH & Rush B (2007) Enquiry-Based Learning and Service user Involvement. In: Stickley, T. and Basset, T, ed. Teaching Mental Health. Wiley, London
  • Barnes D, Carpenter J, Dickinson C (2006) The outcomes of partnerships with mental health service users in interprofessional education: A case studyHealth and Social Care in the Community 14(5):426–435
  • Barnes D, Carpenter J. and Bailey D (2000) Partnerships with service users in interprofessional education for community mental health: a case study. Journal of Interprofessional Care 14(2), pp 189-200
  • Beck J, Meyer R, Kind T, Bhansali P (2015) The importance of situational awareness: a qualitative study of family members’ and nurses’ perspectives on teaching during family-centered rounds. Academic Medicine 90:1401-1407.
  • Bell K, Tanner J, Rutty J, Astley-Pepper M, Hall R (2015) Successful partnerships with third sector organisations to enhance the healthcare student experience: A partnership evaluation. Nurse Education Today 35:530-534.
  • Benbow SM & Boyce W on behalf of the In our Shoes Steering Group In our shoes: A user and carer led teaching module on ageing and mental health Centre for Ageing & Mental Health, Staffordshire University September 2008
  • Bennett L & Baikie K (2003) The Client as Educator: Learning about Mental Illness through the Eyes of the Expert. Nurse Education Today. February: 23(2): 104:11.
  • Berragan L (2011) Simulation: an effective pedagogical approach for nursing? Nurse Education Today. 31, 7, 660-663.
  • Blackhall, A., Schafer, T., Kent, L. & Nightingale, M. (2012). Service user involvement in nursing students’ training. Mental Health Practice, 16(1), 23-26.
  • Bollard M, Lahiff J, Parkes N (2012) Involving people with learning disabilities in nurse education: towards an inclusive approach. Nurse Education Today. 32, 2, 173-177.
  • Branfield F (2009) SCIE Report 29: Developing user involvement in social work education, London, Social Care Institute for Excellence
  • Breeze J, Bryant H, Davidson B, King S, Morgan A, Whittall L, et al (2005) Power shift promotes partnership. Mental Health Nursing 25(3):4-7.
  • British Medical Association Medical Education Subcommittee (2008) Role of the patient in medical education. London: British Medical Association.
  • Britt D et al (undated) Embedding patient, public and carer involvement in nurse education and research: models of good practice.
  • Brooker C and Curran J (2006) The national continuous quality improvement tool for mental health education: Results of targeted and supported implementation in England. Journal of Interprofessional Care Volume 20, Number 3, June 2006, 276-289
  • Brown I and Macintosh MJ (2006) Involving patients with coronary heart disease in developing e-learning assets for primary care nurses. Nurse Education in Practice 6, 237-242
  • Byrne, L., Happell, B., Welch, T. & Moxham, L. J. (2013). ‘Things you can’t learn from books’: Teaching recovery from a lived experience perspective. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 22(3), 195-204.
  • Calman L (2006) Patients’ views of nurses’ competence Nurse Education Today , 26(8) 719 – 725
  • Campbell P and Lindow V (1997) Changing Practice: Mental Health Nursing and User Empowerment. RCN Learning Materials on Mental Health. London, Royal College of Nursing
  • Carter, C. & Brown, K. (2014). Service user input in pre-registration children’s nursing education. Nursing Children & Young People, 26(4), 28-31.
  • Carter, G. & Taylor, R. (2012). Effects of being a patient on student development. Nursing Times, 108(20), 21-23.
  • Casey, D. & Clark, L. (2014). Involving patients in the assessment of nursing students. Nursing Standard, 28(47), 37-41.
  • Chambers M and Hickey G (2012). Service user involvement in the design and delivery of education and training programmes leading to registration with the Health Professions Council
  • Chamney M. (2014) Renal service users’ and carers’ collaboration to improve education and research in the UK: an update four years on Renal Society of Australasia Journal, 10(3), 102-105.
  • Chapman V (1996) Consumers as faculty: experts in their own lives. Journal of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health Services 34, 47-49
  • Chu LF, Audun U, Bassam K, Kucharski SE, Campos H, Crockett J. et al (2016) Nothing about us without us”—patient partnership in medical conferences BMJ 2016;354 :i3883
  • Collier, R. & Stickley, T. (2010). From service user involvement to collaboration in mental health nurse education: Developing a practical philosophy for change. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education & Practice, 5(4), 4-11.
  • Cook JA, Jonikas JA & Razzano L(1995) A randomised evaluation of consumer versus nonconsumer training of state mental health service providers Community Mental Health Journal 31(3), pp 229-238
  • Cooley A and Lawrence Z (2006) Reward and Recognition: The principles and practice of service user payment and reimbursement in health and social care. A guide for service providers, service users and carers. Leeds, Department of Health
  • Cooper H and Spencer-Dawe E (2006) Involving service users in interprofessional education: narrowing the gap between theory and practice Journal of Interprofessional Care ​20(6), 603-617.
  • Costello, J. & Horne, M. (2001). Patients as teachers? an evaluative study of patients’ involvement in classroom teaching. Nurse Education in Practice, 1(2), 94-102.
  • Council of Deans of Health (2016) Service user and carer involvement in student selection
  • Cowley T, Sumskis S, Moxham L, et al (2016) Evaluation of undergraduate nursing students’ clinical confidence following a mental health recovery camp. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 25:33-41.
  • Davis D, McIntosh C (2005) Partnership in education: The involvement of service users in one midwifery programme in New Zealand. Nurse Education in Practice 5, 274-280
  • Daykin N, Rimmer J, Turton P, Evans S, Sanidas M, Tritter J & Langton H (2002) Enhancing user involvement through interprofessional education in healthcare: the case of cancer services.  Learning in Health and Social Care 1(3) 122-131.
  • Debyser B, Grypdonck M, Defloor T & Verhaeghe S (2011) Involvement of inpatient mental health clients in the practical training and assessment of mental health nursing students: Can it benefit clients and students? Nurse Education Today 31(2), 198-203
  • Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (May 2016) Success as a Knowledge Economy: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility & Student Choice – see especially box 2.1 pp 44-45 regarding the timetable for rolling out the Teaching Excellence Framework.
  • Department of Health (2006). Reward & Recognition.
  • Douglas V (project chair) (undated) Working Together – Service User and Carer Engagement in Health and Social Care – A toolkit for education, research and development.
  • Downe, S., McKeown, M., Johnson, E., Koloczek, L., Grunwald, A. & Malihi-Shoja, L. (2007). The UCLan community engagement and service user support (comensus) project: Valuing authenticity, making space for emergence. Health Expectations, 10(4), 392-406.
  • DUCIE (2009) Involving service users and carers in education: The Development Worker’s role – Guidelines Higher Education institutions Higher Education Academy/Mental Health in Higher Education.
  • Duygulu S, Abaan S (2013) Turkish nursing students’ views on practice assessments and service user involvement. Contemporary Nurse 43:201-212.
  • Edwards K (1995) A preliminary study of users’ and nursing students’ views of the role of the mental health nurse. Journal of Advanced Nursing 21, pp 222-229
  • Fallon S, Smith J, Morgan S, Stoner M, Austin C (2008) ‘Pizza, patients and points of view’: Involving young people in the design of a post registration module entitled the adolescent with cancer. Nurse Education in Practice 8, 140-147.
  • Fallon, D., Warne, T., McAndrew, S. & McLaughlin, H. (2012). An adult education: Learning and understanding what young service users and carers really, really want in terms of their mental well being. Nurse Education Today, 32(2), 128-132.
  • Felton A (2002) Service user involvement in pre-registration nursing education. University of Nottingham, unpublished dissertation.
  • Felton A and Stickley T (2004) Power and Service User Involvement, Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 11: 89-98
  • Felton, A. & Stickley, T. (2004). Pedagogy, power and service user involvement. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 11(1), 89-98.
  • Fenton, G. (2014). Involving a young person in the development of a digital resource in nurse education. Nurse Education in Practice, 14(1), 49-54.
  • Flanagan J (1999) Public participation in the design of educational programmes for cancer nurses: a case report. European Journal of Cancer Care 8:107-112.
  • Forrest S & Masters H (2004) Evaluating the impact of training in psychosocial interventions: a stakeholder approach to evaluation – part one. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 11, 194-201
  • Forrest S, Brown N, Risk I & Masters H (1998) Involving Mental Health Service Users and Carers in Curriculum Design and Delivery. Report for the National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting for Scotland. Napier University, Edinburgh
  • Forrest, S., Risk, I., Masters, H. & Brown, N. (2000). Mental health service user involvement in nurse education: Exploring the issues. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 7(1), 51-57.
  • Fox, J. (2011). ‘The view from inside’: Understanding service user involvement in health and social care education. Disability & Society, 26(2), 169-177.
  • Fraher, A and Limpinnian, M (1999) User empowerment within mental health nursing. in Wilkinson, G. and Miers, M. (eds) Power and nursing practice Basingstoke, Macmillan
  • Frisby, R. (2001). User involvement in mental health branch education: Client review presentations. Nurse Education Today, 21(8), 663-669.
  • Garrard J, Hausman W, Mansfield E & Compton B (1988) Educational priorities in mental health professions: Do educators and consumers agree? Medical Education 22, pp.60-66
  • Gell C (2003) Involving service users in the training of graduate primary care mental health workers.  Nottingham: Trent Workforce Development Confederation.
  • General Medical Council (undated) Patient involvement in undergraduate curriculum development
  • Gordon F, Wilson F, Hunt T, Marshall M, Walsh C. (2004) Involving Patients and Service Users in Student Learning: Developing Practice and Principles.  Journal of Integrated Care 12 (6), 28-35.
  • Graley R, Nettle M & Wallcraft J (1994) Building on Experience – a training pack for mental health service users working as trainers, speakers and workshop facilitators. London, Department of Health.
  • Gray MA and Donaldson J (2010) National Approach to Practice Assessment for Nurses and Midwives Literature review exploring issues of service user and carer involvement in the assessment of students’ practice
  • Griffiths, J., Speed, S., Horne, M. & Keeley, P. (2012). ‘A caring professional attitude’: What service users and carers seek in graduate nurses and the challenge for educators. Nurse Education Today, 32(2), 121-127.
  • Gulay R, Mound B & Flanagan E (1994) Mental health consumers as public educators: a qualitative study Canadian Journal of Nursing Research 26(2), pp 29-42
  • Gunasena M (2007) The Evolving Minds Experience: Using Video for Positive Change, Education and Empowerment, in T. Stickley and T. Basset (eds) (2007) Teaching Mental Health, Chichester: Wiley
  • Gutteridge, R. & Dobbins, K. (2010). Service user and carer involvement in learning and teaching: A faculty of health staff perspective. Nurse Education Today, 30(6), 509-514.
  • Hanson B and Mitchell D (2001) Involving Mental Health Service Users in the Classroom: a course of preparation, Nurse Education in Practice 1: 120-126
  • Happell B & Bennetts W (2016) Triumph and adversity: Exploring the complexities of consumer storytelling in mental health nursing education International Journal of Mental Health Nursing (2016) 25, 546–553. Doi: 10.1111/inm.12244.
  • Happell B and Roper C (2002) Attitudes of postgraduate nursing students towards consumer participation in mental health services and the role of the consumer academic. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 11, 240-250
  • Happell B and Roper C (2002) Promoting consumer participation through the implementation of a consumer academic position. Nurse Education in Practice 2, 73-79
  • Happell B and Roper C (2003) The role of a mental health consumer in the education of postgraduate psychiatric nursing students: the students’ evaluation. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 10 (3), 343-350
  • Happell B, Bennetts W, Harris S, et al (2015) Lived experience in teaching mental health nursing: Issues of fear and power. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 24:19-27.
  • Happell B, Bennetts W, Platania-Phung C & Tohotoa J (2015) Consumer involvement in mental health education for health professionals: feasibility and support for the role Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24, 3584–3593. Doi: 10.1111/jocn.12957.
  • Happell B, Byrne L, Platania-Phung C, Harris S, Bradshaw J, Davies J (2014) Lived-experience participation in nurse education: reducing stigma and enhancing popularity. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 23:427-434.
  • Happell B, Moxham L, Platania-Phung C (2011) The impact of mental health nursing education on undergraduate nursing students’ attitudes to consumer participation. Issues in Mental Health Nursing 32:108-113.
  • Happell B, Pinikahana J, and Roper C (2003) Changing attitudes: The role of a consumer academic in the education of postgraduate psychiatric nursing students. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing XVII (2), 67-76
  • Happell B, Platania-Phung C, Byrne L, Wynaden D, Martin G, Harris S (2015) Consumer participation in nurse education: A national survey of Australian universities. International Journal of  Ment Health Nursing 24:95-103.
  • Happell B, Platania-Phung C, Harris S, Bradshaw J (2014) It’s the Anxiety: Facilitators and Inhibitors to Nursing Students’ Career Interests in Mental Health Nursing Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 35:50–57. DOI: 10.3109/01612840.2013.837123.
  • Happell B, Roper C (2002) Promoting consumer participation through the implementation of a consumer academic position. Nurse Education in Practice 2:73-79.
  • Happell B, Roper C (2009) Promoting genuine consumer participation in mental health education: a consumer academic role. Nurse Education Today 8;29(6):575-579.
  • Happell B (2007). ‘We are all consumers of mental health services’: The hidden danger of promoting ‘sameness’. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 16(3), 145-146.
  • Happell B, Byrne L, McAllister M, Lampshire D, Roper C, Gaskin CJ & Hamer H. (2014). Consumer involvement in the tertiary-level education of mental health professionals: A systematic review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 23(1), 3-16.
  • Happell B, Pinikahana J & Roper C (2002) Attitudes of postgraduate nursing students towards consumer participation in mental health services and the role of the consumer academic International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 11, 240 – 250
  • Happell B, Wynaden D, Tohotoa J, Platania-Phung C, Byrne L, Martin G & Harris S (2015). Mental health lived experience academics in tertiary education: The views of nurse academics. Nurse Education Today, 35(1), 113-117.
  • Hastings M (2000) User involvement in education and training. in R. Pierce and J. Weinstein (eds) Innovative education and training for care professionals: A provider’s guide. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • Haycock-Stuart E, Darbyshire C & Donaghy E (2014) Nursing Students’ Perspectives of User/Carer Involvement in their Practice Assessment across Scotland’s Higher Educational Institutes NHS Education for Scotland.
  • Haycock-Stuart E, Donaghy E, Darbyshire C. Involving users and carers in the assessment of preregistration nursing students’ clinical nursing practice: a strategy for patient empowerment and quality improvement? Journal of Clinical Nursing 2016;25:2052-2065.
  • Hayward M, West S & Green M (2005), Service innovations: service user involvement in training, Psychiatric Bulletin (2005) 29: 428-430
  • Health Education England (2015) Shape of Caring website. Shape of Caring videos are here.
  • Health Education England HEE Quality Framework 2016-17
  • Health Professions Council (2012) Service user involvement in the design and delivery of qualification and training programmes leading to registration with the HPC, London: HPC
  • Higgins, A., Maguire, G., Watts, M., Creaner, M., Mccann, E., Rani, S. & Alexander, J. (2011). Service user involvement in mental health practitioner education in Ireland. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 18(6), 519-525.
  • Hope A, Garside, J, Prescott S (2011) Rethinking theory and practice: pre-registration student nurses’ experiences of simulation teaching and learning in the acquisition of clinical skills in preparation for practice. Nurse Education Today. 31, 7, 711-715.
  • Hope K, Pulsford D, Thompson R, Capstick A and Heyward T (2007)  Hearing the voice of people with dementia in professional education.  Nurse Education Today 27 (8): 821-824.
  • Hopton J (1994) User involvement in the education of mental health nurses: an evaluation of possibilities Critical Social Policy 42, winter, pp 47-60
  • Horne M, Griffiths J, Speed S & Keeley P (2011) Perceptions of service user and carer involvement in undergraduate nurse education: rhetoric or reality? Conference paper delivered at Nurse Education Today; 06 Sep 2011-09 Sep 2011; Churchill College, Cambridge University.
  • Hughes M. (2016). What difference does it make? Findings of an impact study of service user and carer involvement on social work students’ subsequent practice. Journal of Social Work Education.
  • Hutchings D (1999) Partnership in education: an example of client and educator collaboration Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 30(3)pp 128-131
  • Ingham M (2001) How patients can contribute to nurses` education Nursing Times 95, 30-31
  • Ion R, Cowan S & Lindsay R. (2010) Working with people who have been there: the meaningful involvement of mental health service users in curriculum design and delivery, The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice 5(1), 4-10
  • Jha, V., Quinton, N. D., Bekker, H. L. & Roberts, T. E. (2009). Strategies and interventions for the involvement of real patients in medical education: A systematic review. Medical Education, 43(1), 10-20. 198
  • Jones C (2006) Involving service users in teaching advanced clinical skills. British Journal of Nursing 15 (8), 462-465
  • Jones K, Black D (2008) Involving mental health service users in student education. Nursing Times 104:32-33.
  • Jordan S, Philpin S, Davies S, Andrade M (2000) The biological sciences in mental health nursing: stakeholders’ perspectives. Journal of Advanced Nursing 32(4):881-891.
  • Kear, T. M. (2012). The use of narrative analysis to study transformative learning in associate degree nursing students: A focus on the methodology. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 7(1), 32-35.
  • Kemp P (2010) The creative involvement of service users in the classroom, ch 11 in J. Weinstein,  Mental Health Service User Involvement and Recovery, London: Jessica Kingsley
  • Keogh JJ, Fourie WJ, Watson S, Gay H (2010) Involving the stakeholders in the curriculum process: a recipe for success? Nurse Education Today 30(1):37-43.
  • Kettle T (undated) Increasing service user/carer involvement within nurse education from a staff perspective: Exploring the issues – A qualitative study.
  • Khoo R, McVicar A & Brandon D (2004) Service User Involvement in Postgraduate Mental Health Education. Does it Benefit Practice? Journal of Mental Health 13 (5): 481-492.
  • Kirk M, Tonkin E, Skirton H, McDonald K, Cope B, Morgan R (2013). Storytellers as partners in developing a genetics education resource for health professionals. Nurse Education Today 33:518-524.
  • Koskinen S, Salminen L, Puukka P, Leino-Kilpi H (2016) Learning with older people – outcomes of a quasi-experimental study. Nurse Education Today 37:114-122.
  • Lahiff J (2009) Service users’ involvement in higher education. Intellectual Disability and Social Inclusion: A Critical Review: 167.
  • Lane A, Schiff JW & Suter E (2010) A Critical Look at Participation of Persons with Mental Health Problems in Training Mental Health Professionals within University Education. Work, 1-18.
  • Langton H, Barnes M, Haslehurst S, Rimmer J, Turton P. (2003) Collaboration, user involvement and education: a systematic review of the literature and report of an educational initiative. European Journal of Oncology Nursing7:242-52.
  • Lathlean, J., Burgess, A., Coldham, T., Gibson, C., Herbert, L., Levett-Jones, T. & Tee, S. (2006). Experiences of service user and carer participation in health care education. Nurse Education Today, 26(8), 732-737.
  • Laverty H, Easters S, Smitheringale E and Thompson P (2005) Build a Nurse, Learning Disability Practice 8: 2: March: 32-34
  • Le Var, R. (2002). Patient involvement in education for enhanced quality of care. International Nursing Review, 49(4), 219-225.
  • Lea L, Holttum S, Cooke A, Riley L (2016) Aims for service user involvement in mental health training: staying human The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, Vol. 11 Iss: 4, pp.208 – 219
  • Lifelong Learning Network (2011) Working Together – Service User and Carer Engagement in Health and Social Care: A Toolkit for Education, Research and Development. Lifelong Learning Network, in association with the University of Wolverhampton, Staffordshire University, Keele University, and The Open University.
  • Livingston G & Cooper C (2004) User and carer involvement in mental health training Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 10, 85-92.
  • Lloyd, M. & Carson, A. M. (2012). Critical conversations: Developing a methodology for service user involvement in mental health nursing. Nurse Education Today, 32(2), 151-155.
  • London South Bank University (2015) LSBU seeks to revolutionise participation in health and social care through a People’s Academy
  • Malihi-Shoja L et al (2013) We aren’t all winners: A discussion piece on ‘failure to fail’ from a service user and carer perspective Journal of Practice Teaching & Learning 11(3), pp.8-16. DOI: 10.1921/1902110302.
  • Manninen K, Henriksson E, Scheja M, Silen C. Patients’ approaches to students’ learning at a clinical education ward-an ethnographic study. BMC Med Educ 2014;14:131.
  • Martin, D. & Hoy, L. (2013). Service user and carer participation in an endoscopy nursing programme. British Journal of Nursing, 22(18), 1051-1055.
  • Masters H and Forrest S (2010) How did I do? An analysis of service user feedback on mental health student nurses’ practice in acute inpatient mental health placements The Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice 5(1), March, 11-19
  • Masters H, Forrest S, Harley A, Hunter M, Brown N, Risk I (2002) Involving mental health service users and carers in curriculum development: moving beyond ‘classroom’ involvement. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 9:309-316.
  • McAllister, M. & Walsh, K. (2004). Different voices: Reviewing and revising the politics of working with consumers in mental health. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 13(1), 22-32.
  • McAndrew S and Samociuk A (2003), Reflecting together: developing a new strategy for continuous user involvement in mental health nurse education Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 10(5) 616-621.
  • McCutcheon, K. & Gormley, K. (2014). Service-user involvement in nurse education: Partnership or tokenism? British Journal of Nursing, 23(22), 1196-1199.
  • McDrury, J. and Alterio, M. (2003). Learning through storytelling in higher education: Using reflection & experience to improve learning. London: Kogan Page.
  • McGarry J and Thom N (2004) How users and carers view their involvement in nurse educationNursing Times 100: 18: 36-39
  • McKeown M, Malihi-Shoja L & Lee S (2011) Service user and carer involvement in education for health and social care: promoting partnership for health Chichester: Wiley Blackwell
  • McKeown, M. & Carey, L. (2015). Editorial: Democratic leadership: A charming solution for nursing’s legitimacy crisis. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 24(3), 315-317. 200
  • McKeown, M., Dix, J., Jones, F., Carter, B., Malihi-Shoja, L., Mallen, E. & Harrison, N. (2014). Service user involvement in practitioner education: Movement politics and transformative change. Nurse Education Today, 34(8), 1175-1178.
  • McKeown, M., Hogarth, R., Jones, F., Edwards, M., Holt, K., Traill, S., Cameron, F., Priestley, J., Watkins, G., Hellawell, M., Lunt, J. & Malihi-Shoja, L. (2012). Movies, movements and moving moments: connecting film, user involvement and student learning. In Stickley, T. & Spandler, H. (eds.) Qualitative research in arts and mental health: contexts, meanings and evidence. PCCS Books, Ross-on-Wye.
  • McKeown, M., Malihi-Shoja, L. & Downe, S. (2010). Service user & carer engagement in health and social care education. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • McKeown, M., Malihi-Shoja, L., Hogarth, R., Jones, F., Holt, K., Sullivan, P. & Mather, M. (2012). The value of involvement from the perspective of service users and carers engaged in practitioner education: Not just a cash nexus. Nurse Education Today, 32(2), 178-184.
  • McMahon-Parkes K, Chapman L, James J (2016). The views of patients, mentors and adult field nursing students on patients’ participation in student nurse assessment in practice. Nurse Education in Practice 16:202-208.
  • Midlands and Lancashire CSU (2015) The Me first communication model
  • Minogue V, Holt B, Karban K, Gelsthorpe S, Firth S & Ramsay T (2009) Service User and Carer Involvement in Mental Health Education, Training and Research – A Literature ReviewMental Health and Learning Disabilities Research and Practice, 6 (2). pp. 211-227. ISSN 1743-6885
  • Moon, J. A. (2010). Using story: In higher education and professional development (1st ed.). London: Routledge.
  • Morgan A and Jones DE (2009) Perceptions of service user and carer involvement in healthcare education and impact on students’ knowledge and practice: A literature review Medical Teacher 31(2):82-95. DOI: 10.1080/01421590802526946.
  • Morgan S and Sanggaran R (1997) Client-centred approach to nurse education mental health practicum: an enquiry.  Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing 4 pp.423-434.
  • Munro J, Whyte F, Stewart J, Letters A. Patients assessing students’ assignments; making the patient experience real. Nurse Education Today 2012;32(2):139-145.
  • Murray C, Grant M, Howarth M (2008) The use of simulation as a teaching and learning approach to support practice learning Nurse Education in Practice. 8, 1, 5-8.
  • Narula A, Furlong E & Fung, NK (2008) Trainees Views on Service User & Carer Involvement in Training: A Perspective from the West Midlands. Psychiatric Bulletin, 32 (5): 197-198..Nazarjuk A et al (2013) Involving service users in student education Learning Disability Practice 16(5), 14-19
  • Nazarjuk, A., Bernal, C. & Southgate, A. (2013). Involving service users in student education. Learning Disability Practice, 16(5), 14-19.
  • NIHR Involve – their current work programme is summarised here.
  • O’ Donnell, H. & Gormley, K. (2013). Service user involvement in nurse education: Perceptions of mental health nursing students. Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing, 20(3), 193-202.
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  • O’Boyle-Duggan M, Grech J, Kelly J, Valentine S, Kelly A (2012) Service user involvement in student selection. Learning Disability Practice 15:20-24.
  • O’Donnell H, Gormley K (2013) Service user involvement in nurse education: perceptions of mental health nursing students. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing;20:193-202.
  • Owen C, Reay R (2004) Consumers as tutors – legitimate teachers? BioMed Central
  • Patterson C, Moxham L, Brighton R, et al (2016). Nursing students’ reflections on the learning experience of a unique mental health clinical placement. Nurse Education Today 46:94-98.
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