On the 28th of June the PPR department at Lancaster University hosted on online conference named Philosophically analysing the role of service users in psychiatric research conference. These are four videos from the conference.
Şerife Tekin presenting on A model for participatory research in psychiatry:
Juliana Garcia presenting on Epistemic injustice in the construction of psychiatric diagnoses:
Bennett Knox presenting on A dilemma for hermeneutical pluralism:
Anne-Marie Gagné-Julien & Sarah Arnaud presenting on The new self-advocacy activism in psychiatry: towards a scientific turn:
Other presentations during the conference were
Teri Warner, The curse of ‘scientificity’, a Feyerabendian perspective
Roy Dings, Who knows what? Expertise-by-experience in (Dutch) mental health
Astrid Fly Oredsson, Am I making you uncomfortable?
Sam Fellowes, Service users and the limits of objectivit
Kathleen Lowenstein, Interrogating vulnerability: service user perspectives and research ethics
Holly Harris & Anna Di Giandomenico, Passive to proactive service user engagement and relational autonomy