Text by Christina Kildal og Elisabeth Asphaug Rauboti. Translated by: Anne R. Benschop and Christina Kildal
Literature on Recovery
For literature in norwegian, see our norwegian resource pages.
Reports and publications
- Haukland, M., Langseth, B. & Hummelvoll, J. K. (2017). “Captain and guide on the same ship”. Report from workshop for recovery-knowledge (Sagatun-report nr. 1/2017). Hamar: Sagatun Peer-Driven Center.
Books and booklets
- Slade, M. (2009). Personal Recovery and Mental Illness. A Guide for Mental Health Professionals. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Lofthus, A.-M., Westerlund, H., Bjørgen, D., Lindstrøm, J. C., Lauveng, A., Rose, D., Ruud, T. & Heiervang, K. (2016). “Recovery concept in a Norwegian setting to be examined by the assertive community treatment model and mixed methods”. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27 (1), 147-157.
- Mulvale, G., & Bartram, M. (2015). j. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 34 (4), 31-67.
- Glover, H. (2014). “Recovery based service delivery: are we ready to transform the words into a paradigm shift?”. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, 4 (3), 179-182.
- Tew. J., Ramon, S., Slade, M., Bird, V., Melton, J. & Le Boutillier, C. (2012). “Social Factors and Recovery from Mental Health Difficulties: A Review of the Evidence”. British Journal of Social Work, 42 (3), 443-460.
- Slade, M., Adams, N., & Ohagan, M. (2012). Recovery: Past progress and future challenges. International Review of Psychiatry, 24 (1), 1-4.
- Piat, M., & Sabetti, J. (2012). Recovery in Canada: toward social equality. International Review of Psychiatry, 24 (1), 19-28.
- Provencher, H. L., & Keyes, C. L. (2011). Complete mental health recovery: Bridging mental illness with positive mental health. Journal of Public Mental Health, 10 (1), 57-69.
- Leamy, M., Bird, V., Le Boutillier, C., Williams, J. & Slade, M. (2011). “Conceptual framework for personal recovery in mental health: systematic review and narrative synthesis”. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 199, 445-452.
- Le Boutillier, C., Leamy, M., Bird, V. J., Davidson, L., Williams, J. & Slade, M. (2011). “What does recovery mean in practice? A qualitative study of international recovery-oriented practice guidance”. Psychiatric Services, 62, 1470-1476.
- Mulvale, G., & Bartram, M. (2009). Recovery in the Canadian context: feedback on the framework for mental health strategy development. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 28 (2), 7-15.
- Shepherd, G., Boardman, J. & Slade, M. (2008). Making recovery a reality. U.K., London: Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
- Slade, M., Amering, M., & Oades, L. (2008). Recovery: An international perspective. Epidemiologia E Psichiatria Sociale, 17 (02), 128-137.
- Davidson, L. & Roe, D. (2007). “Recovery from versus recovery in serious mental illness: One strategy for lessening confusion plaguing recovery”. Journal of Mental Health, 16 (4), 459-470.
- Beresford, P. (2005). “Social work and a social model of madness and distress: Developing a viable role for the future”. Social Work & Social Review, 12 (2), 59-73.
- Jacobson, N., & Curtis, L. (2000). Recovery as policy in mental health services: Strategies emerging from the states. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 23 (4), 333-341.
- Deegan, P. E. (1997). Recovery and empowerment for people with psychiatric disabilities. Social Work in Health Care, 25 (3), 11-24.
- Anthony, W. A. (1993). Recovery from mental illness: The guiding vision of the mental health service system in the 1990s. Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, 16(4), 11-23.
- Harding, C. M., Brooks, G. W., Ashikaga, T. Strauss, J. S. & Breier, A. (1987). “The Vermont Longitudinal Study of Persons With Severe Mental Illness, II: Long-Term Outcome of Subjects Who Retrospectively Met DSM-III Criteria for Schizophrenia”. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144 (6), 727-735.
Links for more information
- Erfaringskompetanse [National Center for Experience-Based Competence in Mental Health] conducted an interview with Mike Slade talking about recovery, before participating in a panel discussing recovery.
- Recovery Within Reach