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Wednesday 6th September 2023



Poster number Presenter Title of poster
1 Adam Benkwitz Encouraging Social Recovery in the Community through Sport and Physical Activity.
2 Adi Stern Mental health “experts by experience” involvement in occupational therapy education
3 Amy Ronaldson Using electronic health records to evaluate the effectiveness of Recovery Colleges in England
4 Anna Ballesteros-Urpi Citizenship and Mental Health: A Mutual Support Group and Focus Group in a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology Day Hospital context
5 Ashleigh Charles Negotiating institutional logics in mental health organisations: Preliminary ethnographic findings of mental health peer support worker implementation
6 Beckye Williams Does receiving peer support impact generativity? Results from a mixed methods study
7 Beckye Williams Laying the foundation for a sustainable community academic partnership to support recovery
8 Benjamin-Rose Ingall Making meaning of psychosis: Systematic review and thematic synthesis
9 Bryher Bowness Understanding the experiences of carers, friends and family attending Recovery Colleges: a focus group study
10 Caroline Yeo Uses and misuses of recorded mental health lived experience narratives
11 Catherine Elisa John A qualitative study on mental health recovery among homeless persons in Kerala, India
12 Cecilie Høgh Egmose Participants´ experiences of ‘Paths to EvERyday life’ (PEER)  – a critical realist process evaluation of change mechanisms in a civil society-based voluntarily peer-led group intervention.
13 Chonmanan Khanthavudh Implementation and evaluation of recovery-oriented practice interventions for people with mental illness in Asia: an integrative review
14 Chris Griffiths Experience and impact of ‘Well-Track’ physical activity and sleep tracker based healthy lifestyle intervention for patients in an early intervention psychosis (EIP) service
15 Christian Burr A glimmer of hope: The impact of a recovery college on personal recovery, well-being, and self-stigmatization: a mixed methods study
16 Christian Burr The effectiveness of Experience Focused Counselling (EFC) for voice hearers by nurses – a RCT pilot study.
17 Clara De Ruysscher Recovery support through a relational geographical lens:  The role of place-making dynamics and rituals in a low-threshold meeting place
18 Danielle April Dunnett Impact of Recovery Colleges on student outcomes and service use over time
19 Donna Franklin The Patient Carer Race Equality Framework: An implementation Evaluation
20 Emilia Deakin The influence of design decisions on data completeness in experience sampling psychosis studies
21 Emilia Deakin Development of a model of social identity change in recovery from psychosis and potential applications to intervention and assessment
22 Fiona Ng What facilitates posttraumatic growth in experiences of psychosis? A systematic review of the literature
23 Fiona Ng Narrative Experiences Online Intervention for Informal Carers (NEON-C) Trial: Is it feasible and acceptable?
24 Grace Ryan Evaluating the Impact of Recovery-Oriented Interventions on the Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Psychiatric Hospital Staff in Uganda
25 Harry Bark Resilience as Part of Recovery: The Views of Those with Experiences of Psychosis and Learning for British Mental Health Social Work Practice. A Scoping Review
26 Hernán María Sampietro Spanish Validation of the Netherlands Empowerment List: A preliminary study
27 Hernán Sampietro Key elements of recovery through the Delphi method: The perspective of users and survivors of psychiatry
28 Holly Harris Finding connection “while everything is going to crap”: Experiences in Recovery Colleges during the COVID-19 pandemic
29 James Roe Opportunities, enablers and barriers to the use of recorded recovery narratives in clinical and educational settings
30 Jason Grant-Rowles The impact of lived experience on the RECOLLECT programme
31 Jennie Moberg Staff’s experiences of implementing patient-initiated brief admission for adolescents from the perspective of epistemic (in)justice
32 Jonathan Simpson Advance Statements for Black African and Caribbean people: an implementation resource for change in mental health services
33 José Alberto Orsi Evaluation of Ongoing Participation of People with Schizophrenia in a Mutual Support Group as a Complementary Intervention to Outpatient Psychiatric Treatment
34 José Alberto Orsi Perceptions on Recovery by people with severe mental disorders in Brazil: A systematic review and thematic synthesis
35 José Orsi Development study and pilot evaluation of an intervention in collaborative and recovery-oriented practices in professionals of mental health services in Brazil
36 Karina Stjernegaard Help! We’re stuck in the table – Training ‘recovery-thinking’ with clinical employees in mental health services
37 Karishma Jivraj Experiential and medical knowledge of shared decision making: exploring clinician and service user perspectives in community mental health care
38 Katja Milner “Did I look at the blackness or did I look at the stars?”  How do people make meaning in the context of spirituality and mental health recovery?
39 Kim Jørgensen Recovery-Oriented Network Meetings in Mental Healthcare -to promote personal recovery



Thursday 7th September 2023




40 Kristin Berre Ørjasæter An Initial Framework of Recovery-Orientation in Secondary Mental Health Services
41 Krzysztof Tyczynski Covid Final Push in Shaping Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services in Ayrshire and Arran. A decade of changes illustrated by a patient’s recovery journey from forensic inpatient via different rehabilitation wards to community.
42 Louise Christie With Us For Us: a new future for mental health
43 Lucian Milasan Snapshots of recovery: A photographic exploration of experiences and meanings of recovery in Romanian mental health service users
44 Lucy Stephenson Designing the future of mental health Advance Choice Documents: a report from the collaboration behind a co-produced, digitised minimum viable product
45 Luke Paterson Development and delivery cost of digital health technologies for mental health: Application to the Narrative Experiences Online Intervention
46 Manfred Lohner Peer support in the UPSIDES study: peer support workers’ perspective
47 Marianna Borowska The meaning of Individual Placement and Support. A phenomenological study among IPS participants in the everyday life context.
48 Mark Hayford Dwira Learning to live with female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) survivors: A qualitative study of their male partners’ experiences in the UK.
49 Mark Pearson The poetic wavelength – A narrative interview study exploring the potential of poetry to support meaning making and recovery following psychosis
50 Merly Catherine McPhilbin Outcomes of goal setting support offered at Recovery Colleges: A document analysis
51 Nicola Hancock Can a co-designed App help transform a recovery outcome measure into a tool that also supports greater self-determination?
52 Olamide Todowede Conducting mental health research using the citizen science approach: perspectives from academic experts.
53 Olubukola Omobowale Applying a Disability Rights Lens to a Cross-Cultural Situation Analysis for the Development of a Community-Based Mental Health Intervention in Low-Resource Settings: Experiences from SUCCEED Africa
54 Paula Conneely The Meriden Family Programme: A Digital Approach to Family Interventions Training
55 Peanchanan Leah Feasibility of Online Psychosocial Interventions to Promote Mental Health Recovery and Well-being
56 Ramona Hiltensperger Applying theory of change to facilitate the implementation of a peer support intervention in high-, middle- and low-income-countries
57 Sam Robertson The Peer Worker Experience and Emotional Labour: Exploration of the Experience of Peer Workers in Sussex Partnership foundation Trust, (SPfT), with Particular Focus on Emotional Labour, with the Aim of Developing a Good Practice Guide for Peer Working – Peer Emotional Labour (PEL)
58 Sean Gavan Mapping between the MANSA Quality of Life Instrument and EQ-5D-3L for Mental Health Problems using Data from an Online Randomised Controlled Trial
59 Sean Gavan Cost-effectiveness Analysis of the NEON Intervention for People with Psychosis and Non-psychosis Mental Health Problems
60 Sheharyar Hussain Learning from Youth and Families: Cultural Adaptation of Narrative Enhancement and Cognitive Therapy
61 Sidsel Busch A literary community support people with co-occurring mental health and substance use conditions in Denmark
62 Withdrawn
63 Simran Sahiba Kaur Takhi The impact of COVID-19 on Recovery Colleges across England: qualitative study
64 Sri Padma Sari A mixed methods evaluation of the HOPE4Schizophrenia co-created digital self-management programme in Indonesia
65 Stefan Rennick-Egglestone Differences between online trial participants who have and have not used specialist care mental health services
66 Tesnime Jebara National survey of English Recovery Colleges to establish characteristics, fidelity, and funding
67 Tesnime Jebara Recovery Colleges in 28 countries: findings from a global survey
68 Tracy Windsor Co-production: Enabling Research to Practice Success with Recovery College Pilots
69 Trude Klevan and Mona Sommer Towards an experience-based model of recovery and recovery-oriented practice in mental health and substance use care
70 Ulla-Karin Schön Co-designing a process to promote epistemic justice and shared decision-making in mental health services
71 Winnie Wing-yan Yuen Creativity and recovery among people with bipolar disorder: A photovoice study
72 Wouter Vanderplasschen Re-imagining addiction recovery support: key insights from the international Recovery Pathways study (REC-PATH)
73 Xandra Miguel-Lorenzo Intersectional Trauma-informed Recovery at a Recovery College.
74 Yammi Man Yan YUEN Relationship building between peer support worker and person in recovery in the community-based one-to-one peer support service of mental health setting in Hong Kong
75 Yasmin Ali Utilisations of an online mental health recovery narrative intervention (NEON)
76 Yasmin Ali Extending the NEON Impact model
77 Yasuhiro Kotera Recovery College fidelity and WEIRD values
78 Yuki MIYAMOTO Participants’ Impressions of Japanese Recovery Colleges: A Qualitative Study