Periodic Reporting for period 2 - CRISP (Citizenship, Recovery and Inclusive Society Partnership)
Reporting period: 2018-01-01 to 2019-12-31
-Symposia at Yale University in 2016 and 2017
-Special Issue of the American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation “Citizenship: Social Approaches and Border Crossings in Contemporary Mental Health”
-CRISP citizenship event at the New Haven International Festival of Arts & Ideas.
-Yale-Strathclyde partnership on translating citizenship interventions and research to the Scottish setting
-Final international conference in Glasgow (2019)
-Stewart, A, et. al (2017). Constructing community to achieve citizenship using recognition theory, recovery, and citizenship as a reflective lens: Experiences from the United States and Scotland. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
-Quinn, N., et. al (2019). Collective citizenship: from citizenship and mental health to citizenship and solidarity. Social Policy and Administration
WP2 Recovery and person centred care
-One-day seminar on recovery was held at Yale University in May 2016
-Presentation: on ""Meaningful or Measurable: How Outcomes Can Work for or Against Relational Practice"" to the NYU Silver School of Social Work (2017)
-Recording and Person-Centered Planning research funding proposal (PI Emma Miller) £23,000. Submitted to Chief Scientist’s Office (2019)
-One-day seminar on Recovery-Informed Practice in Glasgow (2019).
-“Person-Centered Planning in Mental Health: A Transatlantic Collaboration to Tackle Implementation Barriers”, American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation
-Barrenger, S. et. al (2019). Capturing the value of peer support: measuring recovery-oriented services. Journal of Public Mental Health, 18(3), 180-187
-Opening seminar on stigma and discrimination was held in Glasgow (2016)
-International workshop on the Honest, Open, Proud (HOP) program in Chicago (2017).
-Grant proposal for multi-center trial of Coming Out Proud in North America and the EU submitted to the German Ministry for Research and Education (2019)
-Working Minds grant proposal submitted to the German Department of Defence
-Oexle N, et. al (2018) Empowering People With Mental Illness in Workplace Settings. Psychiatr Serv, 69(4), 494-495
-Rüsch N, et. al (2019) Honest, Open, Proud: Concept and Efficacy of a peer-led Program to Provide Support with Disclosure Decisions and Coping with Stigma]. Psychiatr Prax, 46(2):97-102
-Aldam G, et. al (2017) Lessons from a national mental health arts festival. Am J Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 20 (3) 298-310
WP4 Public policy
-Initial meeting in Finland to scope policy areas and agree objectives (2016).
-Policy forums on participation of people with lived experience in formulation of labour policies (Ulm, 2017), social policies (Glasgow 2017), political participation in mental health (2018) and participation in environmental policies (Helsinki 2019)
-Transatlantic leadership exchange on public policy and mental health held in New York (2017).
-Final cross-sector conference in Helsinki (2019). Macintyre, A., Ferris , D. et. al (2018). What has economics got to do with it? The impact of socioeconomic factors on mental health and the case for collective action. Palgrave Communications, 4, 
WP5 Co-ordination and dissemination
-Transatlantic policy seminar in New York (2016)
-Project website and blog @ www.crisppartnership.eu twitter account@EU_CRISP
-Employment symposium in Glasgow (2019)
-Public arts and media event in Glasgow (2019)
-International policy conference in New York to celebrate the achievements of the Citizenship, Recovery and Inclusive Society Partnership (2019)
-Special edition of Journal of Public Mental Health on mental health and social exclusion (2019)"