APOD (An Anthropological Study of Peer-Supported Open Dialogue) is an ethnographic project looking at an alternative approach to mental healthcare being developed in the NHS.
An Anthropological Study of Peer-Supported Open Dialogue
Led by David Mosse (SOAS, Department of Anthropology), we are a team of anthropologists from SOAS and Durham Universities, and clinical professionals from the NHS, involved as practitioner-ethnographers of the Open Dialogue approach to mental healthcare. Some of us have personal lived experience of mental distress, both as service-users and carers.
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Reflections from the field by Kiara
Positionalities: Reflections from the field by Kiara (Interviewed by Keira) ...