AbstractThis research adopts a critical realist methodology to gain explanatory insight into the job retention challenges faced by employees recovering from mental health problems. Methods involved a literature review of qualitative job retention research, a comparative case study approach, and service user collaboration. Occupational, resilience and mental health recovery perspectives were the major orientating concepts.
|Date of Award||Feb 2013|
Work-related needs and experiences of people recovering from mental health problems
Cameron, J. (Author). Feb 2013
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis