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Happell, Brenda; Horgan, Aine; Manning, Fionnuala; Doody, Rory; Greaney, Sonya; Goodwin, John; Bocking, Julia; Waks, Shifra; Hals, Elisabeth; Griffin, Martha; Scholz, Brett; Granerud, Arild; Platania‐Phung, Chris; Russell, Siobhan; MacGabhann, Liam; Pulli, Jarmo; Vatula, Annaliina; van der Vaart, Kornelis Jan; Allon, Jerry; Bjornsson, Einar; Ellilä, Heikki; Lahti, Mari; Biering, Pall
Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing
Experts by experience in mental health nursing education: What have we learned from the commune project?
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COMMUNE Mental health nursing education
The COMMUNE (co-produced mental health nursing education) was an international project established to embed EBE perspectives in mental health nursing education by developing and delivering a specific mental health nursing module. The underlying intention of this project was to go well beyond ad hoc implementation and tokenistic approaches to EBE involvement. Standards for co-production of Education (Mental Health Nursing) (SCo-PE [MHN]) was developed to provide guidance to the increasing number of academics seeking genuine and meaningful involvement of Experts by Experience in the education of health professionals. These standards were recently published in the Journal of Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing (Horgan et al., 2020): and prompted this Editorial to discuss the COMMUNE project more fully, including the lessons learned.
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