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Mike Slade

Professor of Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Research Summary

Mike is Professor of Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion at University of Nottingham and Chair of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation (ENMESH). His main research… read more

Recent Publications

  • LAURIE HARE DUKE, TOM DENING, DEBORAH OLIVEIRA, KATJA MILNER and MIKE SLADE, 2019. Conceptual framework for social connectedness in mental disorders: systematic review and narrative synthesis Journal of Affective Disorders. 245, 188-199
  • SLADE M, BLACKIE L and LONGDEN E, 2019. Personal growth in psychosis World Psychiatry. 19, 29-30
  • MEADOWS G, BROPHY L, SHAWYER F, ENTICOTT J, FOSSEY E, THORNTON C, WELLER P, WILSON-EVERED E, EDAN V and SLADE M, 2019. REFOCUS-PULSAR recovery-oriented practice training in specialist mental health care: a stepped-wedge cluster randomised controlled trial Lancet Psychiatry. 6, 103-114
  • VOGEL JS, SWART M, SLADE M, BRUINS J, VAN DER GAAG M and CASTELEIN S, 2019. Peer support and skills training through an eating club for people with psychotic disorders: A feasibility study Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 64, 80-86

Current Research

Mike is Professor of Mental Health Recovery and Social Inclusion at University of Nottingham and Chair of the European Network for Mental Health Service Evaluation (ENMESH). His main research interests are recovery-focused and outcome-focused mental health services, including Recovery Colleges, lived experience narratives, citizenship, wellbeing, needs assessment and developing measures, e.g. INSPIRE, Camberwell Assessment of Need, Threshold Assessment Grid. He has written over 250 academic articles and published 11 books, including Personal Recovery and Mental Illness (2009), Partnering for Recovery in Mental Health (2014), Positive Psychotherapy for Psychosis (2017) and Wellbeing, Recovery and Mental Health (2017). His free booklets include Making Recovery a Reality (2008), REFOCUS: Promoting recovery in community mental health services, 2nd edition (2011), 100 Ways to Support Recovery, 2nd edition (2013), The empirical evidence about recovery (2015) and The Business Case for Recovery (2017), all downloadable at researchintorecovery.com.

School of Health Sciences

B236, Medical School
Queen's Medical Centre
Nottingham, NG7 2HA

telephone: +44 (0)115 95 15559
email: mhssupport@nottingham.ac.uk