Symposium: Implementing the Collaborative Recovery Model: Co-production for Organisational Change

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Authors: Kevin Ong, Phoebe Williamson, Margie Nunn, Chris Dixon, Elizabeth Fraser

Year: 2018

Event: 2018 TheMHS Conference

Subject: Symposium: Implementing the Collaborative Recovery Model: Co-production for Organisational Change

Type of resource: Conference Presentations and Papers

ISBN: 978-0-9945702-3-9

Abstract:

Recovery framework implementation requires a comprehensive, whole of service strategy if it is to transform the culture and practices of an organisation. The journey of a large metropolitan mental health program in implementing the Collaborative Recovery Model (CRM; Oades, Deane, & Crowe, 2017) is described. CRM is introduced, as is the reasoning behind the organisation’s choice of this particular model. We map the process of contextualising CRM for implementation in a clinical service, with the centrality of co-production and co-facilitation being highlighted. Voices of lived experience of recovery and clinicians are utilised to demonstrate the shift from the traditional medical focus on risk and deficits (“the roar”), towards a balance with valuing strengths, wellbeing and resilience (“the whisper”). Initial impact of training is discussed in relation to changes in workforce knowledge, skills and attitudes of recovery, and future directions.

HOW TO REFERENCE THIS PAPER
Ong, K, Williamson, P, Nunn, M, Dixon, C, Fraser, E, "Implementing the Collaborative Recovery Model: Co-production for Organisational Change" (2018), Hear the Whisper, Not the Roar Contemporary TheMHS in Mental Health Services, Adelaide Conference Proceedings 2018, TheMHS Conference, Adelaide, Australia 

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