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Negotiating the Practical Meaning of Recovery in a Process of Implementation: An Empirical Investigation of How a Participatory-Inspired Research Approach to Implementation Might Facilitate a More Recovery-Oriented Practice: The Case of RENEW-DK

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title = "Negotiating the Practical Meaning of Recovery in a Process of Implementation: An Empirical Investigation of How a Participatory-Inspired Research Approach to Implementation Might Facilitate a More Recovery-Oriented Practice: The Case of RENEW-DK",
abstract = "As implementation of recovery-oriented practices has proven difficult, this study investigates whether a participatory-inspired approach to implementing and adjusting a recovery-oriented model, RENEW-DK, might facilitate a more recovery-oriented practice among the professionals in public sector services. Ten narrative interviews with professionals was analyzed from a Science and Technology Studies perspective, and special attention was devoted to the concepts of distortion and stigmatization. Despite a one-year participatory process of model adjustment and implementation, professionals experienced RENEW-DK as a distortion and thus shaped their practice of RENEW-DK according to organizational requirements and professional beliefs instead of making their practice more recovery-oriented. The study calls attention to the need to acknowledge contradictions between intentions in general models and values in specific organizations with local norms and practices.",
keywords = "Co-development, Education, Employment, Implementation, Mental health, Narrative interviews, Professionals, Psychiatry, Recovery-oriented practices, Young adults",
author = "Michaela Hoej and Johansen, {Katrine Schepelern} and Olesen, {Birgitte Ravn} and Sidse Arnfred",
year = "2019",
month = "1",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1007/s10488-019-00993-4",
language = "English",
journal = "Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research",
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T1 - Negotiating the Practical Meaning of Recovery in a Process of Implementation

T2 - An Empirical Investigation of How a Participatory-Inspired Research Approach to Implementation Might Facilitate a More Recovery-Oriented Practice: The Case of RENEW-DK

AU - Hoej, Michaela

AU - Johansen, Katrine Schepelern

AU - Olesen, Birgitte Ravn

AU - Arnfred, Sidse

PY - 2019/1/1

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N2 - As implementation of recovery-oriented practices has proven difficult, this study investigates whether a participatory-inspired approach to implementing and adjusting a recovery-oriented model, RENEW-DK, might facilitate a more recovery-oriented practice among the professionals in public sector services. Ten narrative interviews with professionals was analyzed from a Science and Technology Studies perspective, and special attention was devoted to the concepts of distortion and stigmatization. Despite a one-year participatory process of model adjustment and implementation, professionals experienced RENEW-DK as a distortion and thus shaped their practice of RENEW-DK according to organizational requirements and professional beliefs instead of making their practice more recovery-oriented. The study calls attention to the need to acknowledge contradictions between intentions in general models and values in specific organizations with local norms and practices.

AB - As implementation of recovery-oriented practices has proven difficult, this study investigates whether a participatory-inspired approach to implementing and adjusting a recovery-oriented model, RENEW-DK, might facilitate a more recovery-oriented practice among the professionals in public sector services. Ten narrative interviews with professionals was analyzed from a Science and Technology Studies perspective, and special attention was devoted to the concepts of distortion and stigmatization. Despite a one-year participatory process of model adjustment and implementation, professionals experienced RENEW-DK as a distortion and thus shaped their practice of RENEW-DK according to organizational requirements and professional beliefs instead of making their practice more recovery-oriented. The study calls attention to the need to acknowledge contradictions between intentions in general models and values in specific organizations with local norms and practices.

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KW - Employment

KW - Implementation

KW - Mental health

KW - Narrative interviews

KW - Professionals

KW - Psychiatry

KW - Recovery-oriented practices

KW - Young adults

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DO - 10.1007/s10488-019-00993-4

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