- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Preface and acknowledgements
- One Sociology and survivor research: an introduction
- Two Mental health service users' experiences and epistemological fallacy
- Three Doing good carer-led research: reflecting on ‘Past Caring’ methodology
- Four Theorising service user involvement from a researcher perspective
- Five How does who we are shape the knowledge we produce? Doing collaborative research about personality disorders
- Six Where do service users' knowledges sit in relation to professional and academic understandings of knowledge?
- Seven Recognition politics as a human rights perspective on service users' experiences of involvement in mental health services
- Eight Theorising a social model of ‘alcoholism’: service users who misbehave
- Nine ‘Hard to reach’? Racialised groups and mental health service user involvement
- Ten Individual narratives and collective knowledge: capturing lesbian, gay and bisexual service user experiences
- Eleven Alternative futures for service user involvement in research
- Twelve Brief reflections
- Appendix: Details of the seminar series
- Mental health service users in research
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