Mental Health Uncertainty and Inevitability: Rejuvenating the Relationship between Social Science an

Returning to the Fray: Revisiting What Social Science Can Offer Psychiatry ... and Vice VersaBarriers to CollaborationStigmaPsychoanalysisAcrimonious Divorce or Illicit Affair?Critical PsychiatryCurrent Status of Medical PsychiatryReferencesA Symbolic Interactionist Approach to Mental Health Assertive OutreachBackground and IntroductionSymbolic InteractionService Setting and Conduct of the StudyAn Illustrative Case-Specific Object: HighAn Illustrative Institutional Object: Social OutingsInteractions Between Institutional and Case- Specific Symbolic ObjectsImplications for Understanding Mental Health Service PracticesOrganisational PressuresLabelsHow Might Symbolic Interaction Contribute to a Better Understanding of PsychiatryWhat Can the Study of Mental Health Services Offer SI?ReferencesThe Role of Everyday Interaction Rituals Within Therapeutic CommunitiesLife in Therapeutic Communities: The Clinical ContextThe Importance of Interactions: Interaction Ritual TheoryIngredients and Outcomes of RitualsMethodologyEveryday Rituals: Meal TimesEveryday Rituals: Grocery ShoppingThe Importance of Interaction RitualsConclusionReferencesThe Dementia Experience: Sociological Observations on the Construction of Cognition in Care HomesA Brief History of DementiaPersonhood in DementiaDementia and Personhood in Care HomesEthnographic Explorations of PracticeThe Practice Settings: Forest Lodge and Richardson'sForest LodgeRichardson'sResults: Institutional Logics of Institutional CareStory 1: Promoting PersonhoodStory 2: Assuming ImpairmentLogics of Dementia and PersonhoodConclusionReferences"The Will's There and the Skill's There": Prison Mental HealthcareOverarching PhDService SettingAnalytical Themes and FindingsWorking with Patients/Prisoners at the Healthcare CentreWorking with Patients/Prisoners with Mental IllnessThe Working Environment at the Healthcare CentreCommunication and Co-operation Amongst NHS StaffOverarching Goal for the NHS StaffEnacting NHS Change in the Prison Setting'Did Not Attend' as an Issue for NHS ServicesOld Guard Versus New GuardConclusionsImplications for Understanding Mental Health ServicesReferencesInstitutional and Emotion Work in Forensic Psychiatry: Detachment and DesensitisationThe Institution of Forensic PsychiatryResponsibilityRoleContextThe Organisation of High Security HospitalsInstitutions, Organisations and ActorsInstitutional TheoryInstitutional WorkEmotion WorkApplying Institutional and Emotion Work TheoriesInterviews, Ethics and Analytic ProcessesField Notes, Reflections and ObservationsActors' Roles and ExperiencesIsolationPhysical IsolationEmotional IsolationEmotional Isolation: Work and ColleaguesEmotional Isolation: Family and FriendsFormal and Informal RolesFormal RolesInformal RolesContaining Emotions in Contained PlacesHeightened EmotionsEmotional BluntingPhysical and Emotional TollInstitutional Maintenance, Reinforcement and ReproductionImplications for the Relationship between Psychiatry and Social SciencesReferencesCommunity Mental Health Teams: Interacting Groups of Citizen-Agent?Service Setting: Community Mental Health Teams"Specialised" Community Mental Health Teams: The EvidenceThe Work of Community Mental Health TeamsTeam ProcessesCommunity Mental Health Practitioners' Reflections on Their WorkPractitioner RolesFlexibilityBoundariesTeam MembershipRiskOther TeamsManager SpeakingPaperworkCorporate PressuresDoctors and OthersClients' or Service Users' ExperiencesSafeAcceptedUnderstoodDiscussionRelationship, Relationship, RelationshipThe In-group and the Out-groupInstitutional SettingReferencesHandling Role Boundaries: A Basic Social Process Underpinning DecisionMaking in Mental Health TeamsBackgroundWhy Conceptualisation Is Important in this AreaGrounded Theory MethodologyFindingsDiscussionHandling Role BoundariesIdentity, Self, Interaction and Role TheoryThe Implications of Handling Role BoundariesConclusionsReferencesMental Health Uncertainty and InevitabilityUncertainty and InevitabilityInevitability of the SocialUncertainty of Social Agent ActionInevitability of Identity WorkUncertainty of Illness ExperienceConclusionReferences
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