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Library has hard copies of the following literature that can be borrowed or look at in the office, we are able to send copies of smaller articles, videos and newspaper articles (subject to copyright), however, we are unable to copy large pieces of text due to budgetary constraints.

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Faulkner, A. (2010)
Changing our Worlds: Examples of user-controlled research on action.
INVOLVE, Eastleigh
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Faulkner, A. (1997).
Knowing our own minds: A survey of how people win emotional distress take control of their lives. The Mental Health Foundation

Faulkner, A. (2004).
Capturing the experiences of those involved in the TRUE Project: A story of colliding worlds. INVOLVE.
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Faulkner, A. (2006)
Beyond Our Expectations - A report of the experiences of involving service users in forensic mental health research

Faulkner, A. (2004)
The ethics of survivor research - Guidelines for the ethical conduct of research carried our by mental health users and survivors.
Policy Press on behalf of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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Featherstone, K. & Donovan, L. (1998).
Random allocation or allocation at random? Patients' perspectives of participation in a randomised controlled trail. British Medical Journal, 317(7167), 1177-1180.
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Felce, D. (2000).
Quality of Life of People with Learning Disabilities in Supported Housing in the Community: A Review of Research. The Centre for Evidence-Based Social Services, Exeter.
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Ferguson, F. (1999).
Report of the accommodation survey undertaken by Exmouth mental Health service Users Group. East Devon Mental health Self-Advocacy Project, Ottery St Mary.

Fisher, B., Neve, H. & Heritage, Z. (1999).
Community development, user involvement, and primary health care. British Medical Journal, 318(7186), 749-750.
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Fleming, B. & Golding, L. (1997).
Involving Users: Volume 1. Soundings Research, Birmingham.

Fletcher, G. & Bradburn, J. (2001).
Voices in Action Resource Book: Training and support for user representatives in the health service. College of Health, London.
[Available for purchase from College of Health
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Foulis, C., Fourie, K., Kaplan, R., Nieuwoudt, J. & Zooer, G. (1999).
Living with Renal Dialysis. Reports from the Psychology Department, No. 34