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“…For instance, a study in Bangalore, India, found ‘mixed' support for the notion of consumer as staff (Poreddi et al . ). While in this study there were relatively high levels of agreement with the importance of a consumer academic in all three countries (over 68 out of 100 in Tables to ), it appears students hold exclusionary views towards other forms of higher level participation, particularly regarding consumers as staff in mental health services.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…For instance, a study in Bangalore, India, found ‘mixed' support for the notion of consumer as staff (Poreddi et al . ). While in this study there were relatively high levels of agreement with the importance of a consumer academic in all three countries (over 68 out of 100 in Tables to ), it appears students hold exclusionary views towards other forms of higher level participation, particularly regarding consumers as staff in mental health services.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…; Poreddi et al . ). An increase in lived experience perspectives in nursing education is evident in some countries (Felton et al .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…The rationale and calculation for sample size were presented in only one study [40]. The rate of participation was more than 50% in nine studies [37,38,[40][41][42][49][50][51][52] and other studies did not report participation rates. Only 15 studies (53%) used varied validated instruments to measure stigma [34, 36-38, 41, 42, 45, 46, 50-52, 54, 60].…”
Section: Risk Of Bias Within Studiesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Where substance use was involved, people with mental illness were labelled 'bad' and were expected to overcome their problem through will power [49]. The responsibility of work and social roles was deemed too difficult for people with mental illness by 41%, [52] 71% [50] and 63% [45] of youth in three studies. A study suggested that youth believed that people with mental illness could only be given work with minor responsibilities [45].…”
Section: Attitudementioning
confidence: 99%
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