Mental Health Reform and Policy Publications

Centre For the Study of Gender, Social Inequities and Mental Health Research

Morrow, M., et. al (2011). Mental Health in Canada: Designing a Policy Implementation Plan on Self-Directed Care Using an Intersectionality Framework. Poster session presented at the CGSM annual Critical Inquiries workshop, Vancouver, BC.

Related Mental Health Reform and Policy Publications

Cook, J. (2006). Employment barriers for persons with psychiatric disabilities: Update of a report for the President’s Commission. Psychiatric Services, 57, 1391-1405.

Hankivsky O, Reid C, Cormier R, Varcoe C, Clark N, Benoit C, Brotman S. (2010). Exploring the promises of intersectionality for advancing women’s health research. International Journal for Equity in Health, 9(1):5.

Morrow, M.,  A. Wasik, M. Cohen, and K.-M. Elah Perry (2009). Removing barriers to work: Building economic security for people with psychiatric disabilities. Critical Social Policy, 29(4): 655 – 676.

Morrow, M., Dagg, P., Pederson, A (2008) Is Deinstitutionalization a ‘Failed Experiment’? The Ethics of Re-institutionalization. Journal of Mental Health Ethics, 3 (2).

Morrow, M., & Jamer, B. (2008). Making meaning in a ‘Post-institutional’ age: Reflections on the experience of (de) institutionalization. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 12(1)

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