Use of Self Literature Review Naomi Craig at the Higher Education Academy Psychology Network is collating references to the Use of Self in learning and teaching about mental health. We are interested in exploring: where ideas about the use of self feature in articles about learning and teaching across the disciplines (and particularly where these relate to learning and teaching about mental health) what concepts this issue links to (e.g. reflective practice, emotional intelligence) what practical examples are given of teaching approaches We are trying to identify key journals within in each subject area to begin our search in. For example, Social Work Education; Medical Education; the Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing etc. We are also trying to identify the key search terms to use eg emotional intelligence, survivor involvement, reflective practice, relationship based practice etc. Finally, we are planning to limit our searches to within the last 2-3 years, however at this stage any examples would be gratefully received. To give you some ideas, some examples have been provided below; Freshwater, D. & Stickley, T. (2004) The heart of the art: emotional intelligence in nurse education, Nursing Inquiry 11 (2), 91–98. Vijayakrishnan, A., J. Rutherford, et al. (2006). "Service user involvement in training: the trainees' view." Psychiatric Bulletin 30: 303-305. Skumsnes, A. (2007). "Including student narratives in teaching." Journal of Teaching in Social Work 27(3/4): 185-197. Haidet, P. & Stein, H. (2006) The Role of the Student-Teacher Relationship in the Formation of Physicians: The Hidden Curriculum as Process, Journal of General Internal Medicine 21 (1), 16–20. References can be added directly to the READING LIST through the useofself wiki (see over) http://useofself.pbwiki.com/Reading+List Please contact Naomi if you have ideas about useful journals to look in, references and/or resources firstname.lastname@example.org Useofself wiki A wiki is computer software that allows users to easily create, edit and link web pages. Wikis are often used to create collaborative websites. One of the best-known wikis is Wikipedia – the free encyclopaedia that anyone can edit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki We have set up a wiki on the use of self in learning and teaching about mental health. The wiki name is ‘useofself’. The Use of Self in learning and teaching about mental health. This wiki has been set up by the Mental Health in Higher Education project to support collaborative work in this area - across the disciplines in UK higher education You can find the wiki here: http://useofself.pbwiki.com/ To edit the wiki you will need the password which is: mhhe The wiki is easy to edit. If you need any help in using it, please contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Please use the wiki to help us to: - collect articles relevant to the use of self in learning and teaching about mental health - share resources and exercises that you use in teaching - network with others with an interest in this issue.
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