Developing a shared research agenda for working with families where a parent has a mental illness

Andrea Erika Reupert, Louisa M Drost, Natasha Ausa Upton Marston, Kristin Stavnes, Linda M A van Loon, Grant Charles, Atalia Mosek, Tytti Solantaus

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The purpose of this paper is to identify a shared, international and inter-disciplinary research agenda amongst practitioners, researchers and administrators, in relation to families where a parent has a mental illness. Fifty-seven participants, identified as key informants were invited to respond to the following query: “What key research question(s) do you want answered that if answered would help to significantly improve services to families where a parent has a mental illness?” 144 responses were qualitatively analyzed by three members of the research team. In order of frequency, the resulting research agendas were: (i) service re-orientation, (ii) interventions (iii) risk and protective factors, (iv) parent, child and family feedback and involvement, (v) stigma and (vi) reach and access. Overall, this study provides an indication of priority research areas, which according to stakeholders are most in need of investigation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)194-209
Number of pages16
JournalChild and Youth Services
Volume37
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2 Apr 2016

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Reupert, A. E., Drost, L. M., Marston, N. A. U., Stavnes, K., van Loon, L. M. A., Charles, G., ... Solantaus, T. (2016). Developing a shared research agenda for working with families where a parent has a mental illness. Child and Youth Services, 37(2), 194-209. https://doi.org/10.1080/0145935X.2016.1104105
Reupert, Andrea Erika ; Drost, Louisa M ; Marston, Natasha Ausa Upton ; Stavnes, Kristin ; van Loon, Linda M A ; Charles, Grant ; Mosek, Atalia ; Solantaus, Tytti. / Developing a shared research agenda for working with families where a parent has a mental illness. In: Child and Youth Services. 2016 ; Vol. 37, No. 2. pp. 194-209.
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Reupert, AE, Drost, LM, Marston, NAU, Stavnes, K, van Loon, LMA, Charles, G, Mosek, A & Solantaus, T 2016, 'Developing a shared research agenda for working with families where a parent has a mental illness' Child and Youth Services, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 194-209. https://doi.org/10.1080/0145935X.2016.1104105

Developing a shared research agenda for working with families where a parent has a mental illness. / Reupert, Andrea Erika; Drost, Louisa M; Marston, Natasha Ausa Upton; Stavnes, Kristin; van Loon, Linda M A; Charles, Grant; Mosek, Atalia; Solantaus, Tytti.

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