We provide support and training which includes the opportunity for LEROs to develop expertise in Peer Research. The Peer Research Training Programme has already been piloted very successfully and people in recovery who have completed this course can measure how well their LERO fits into the standards. It’s a Peer Research project which has real benefits for the host LERO organisation. With support from CLERO local Peer Researchers can build their newly learned skills and add value into their LERO at the same time. It is our hope that over time CLERO membership will become a badge of excellence for its members as well as a community of learning and good practice that supports us all in growing and developing as organisations and as practitioners.
LIVED EXPERIENCE RESEARCH AS A RESOURCE FOR RECOVERY: A MIXED METHODS STUDY
The research suggests the potential usefulness of lived experience research resources, presented in user-friendly formats, in the lives of people who experience mental health issues and implies a need to nurture this type of research
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR PERSONAL RECOVERY IN MENTAL HEALTH: SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND NARRATIVE SYNTHESIS
The conceptual framework is a theoretically defensible and robust synthesis of people's experiences of recovery in mental illness. This provides an empirical basis for future recovery-oriented research and practice.
RECOVERY: THE MANY PATHS TO WELLNESS
US Department of Health and Human Services, Washington (DC),Kelly, J. F., Bergman, B. G., Hoeppner, B., Vilsaint, C., & White, W. L.