One of the main objectives of our entity is that the research contemplates the perspective of people who have experienced some type of psychosocial condition. We believe that participatory research is an essential tool and we are committed to its promotion in the field of mental health and addictions.
This activity targets all those involved in projects in the area of mental health and addictions, especially those involved in research. This is a training designed to guide those who seek to incorporate the first person’s perspective into their projects, or to introduce participatory research into their organisations.
- Service users movements: influence on the historical evolution of mental health care.
- The Recovery movement.
- Citizenship as transformation of therapeutic objectives.
- Participatory designs and co-research.
- Preference-based clinical trials.
- Co-production of results.
- Analytical aspects.