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The third and final in the 'Recovery' series, this course aims to equip you with the knowledge and understanding around how to communicate in a way that best supports mental health recovery. Written by and for students, carers, staff, volunteers, partners and members of the public.
You will learn about stigma, the importance and impact of language, and recovery supporting behaviours.
The content of this course has been adapted from an extensive coproduced document titled ‘What do we mean we talk about Recovery?’. This practical toolkit resource directly emerged from the conversations that co-productively built the Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trusts new ‘Recovery Strategic Framework 2021-26' (a roadmap outlining the Trust approach to Recovery over the next five years).
This is the third and final of three courses about Recovery. It is very highly suggested that if you not have completed the first two courses, titled ‘What is Recovery?’ and 'What is Coproduction?' respectively, then you complete those before beginning this one. This is because this course builds on the key terms and concepts explored previously.
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