Archives of Anne Plumb - Chronological
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Rossiter, Anthony. 1966. The Pendulum; An autobiography. Victor Gollanz. London
New York Mental Patients' Liberation Project. 1974. "A Mental Patient,s Liberation Project: Statement and Bill of Rights". In The Radical Therapist The Radical Therapist Collective.Pelican.
People's Psychiatry Sheet 1: Handling Psychiatric Emergencies. Michael
Durkin, Liz and Douieb, Brian 1975 "The Mental Patients' Union" Community Work 2 pages 177-191
Braisby Don, Echlin Rose, Hill Steve, Smith Helen. 1976. Changing Futures. Housing and support services for people discharged from hospitial. Kings Fund Centre. London
State and Mind (USA).(magazine. Formerly The Radical Therapist/Rough Times) vol 5(6),6(4). 7(1), 7(4) [Volume 5 is 1976 - Volume 6 is 1977 - Volume 7 is 1978]
Friedberg, John. 1976 "The case against the use of ECT". Glide Publications USA . Reprinted Prompt. No8/9.
Chamberlin, Judi 1977. On Our Own. MIND publications 1988.
Alliance for the Liberation of Mental Patients. 1978. "Thorazine Kills - The Smith, Kline and French Connecttion". State and Mind (USA). 6(4) pages 4-5
Chamberlin, Judi.1978. "Inside the Mental Patients Association". Excerpt from 'On Our Own'. State and Mind. USA Vol6 (4) pages 94-106
Breggin, R.P 1979 "The Psychiatric Holocaust". Reprinted 1987 in Asylum 2(2)
Brandon, D. 1981. Voices of Experience. Consumer perspectives of psychiatric treatment. MIND
Frank, Leonard Roy 1982. "The Crime of Forced Treatment". Madness Network News 6(5). US.
Elizabeth R.1983. .Deprivatising Pain. O.Sullivan S.ed. Women's Health: a Spare Rib Reader. Pandora press. 147-152
Hill, David 1983. Conclusions. Politics of Schizophrenia. University of America Press. 542-547
MIND 1985 Charter 2000. Brighton declarations on the Rights of Mentally Ill People. The Promotion of Mental Health. MIND
Weigant, H. 1985. The Dutch Clients Councils .Asylum 1(2)
Camden Mental Health Consortium. 1986. Mental Health Priorities in Camden as We See Them. The Consumer Viewpoint. CMHC.
Asylum magazine. Almost complete set up to 15(2). Missing 2(4) Spring 1986 to V15 N2 2006.
Campbell, Peter. 1986. The "mentally ill" speak out.
van de Graaf W. 1986. The C.A.P.O. interview. Asylum.3(3)
Hervey, H. 1986. Advocacy or Folly: the Alleged lunatics' Friend Society 1845-63. Medical History 1986 245-275
Mental Health Act Commission.1986 For and Against Compulsory treatment in the community. Discussion Paper.
Sampson, Colin.1986. From People to Patients. From the 'Mad Doctors' to 'Hospital Star Wars' : Science and Mental Health. Medicine in Society. Vol 12 (2) 55-60
Barker, Ingrid & Peck, Edward eds. Power In Strange Places: User Empowerment in Mental Health Services. Good practices in Mental Health 1987. London
Community Psychiatric Nurses Association. 1987. The Patients Case. Views from experience; Living inside and out of a psychiatric hospital. C.P.N.Aublications.
Bell, Lorraine 1987 "Human Alternatives to Psychiatry". Asylum 1:4 7-9
Bell, Lorraine 1987 "A National Self-Advocacy Network". In Barker I and Peck E editors. Power in Strange Places. Good practices in Mental Health.16-17
Buckland, Ivy 1987 Power Through Partnership. An Account of the Contact group in Chesterfield. In Barker Ingrid and Peck Edward, eds Power in Strange Places: User Empowerment in mental health Services.,GPMH (Good Practices In Mental Health)
Campbell, Peter 1987 Giants and Goblins. A Description of Camden Consortium's Campaign to Change Statutory Plans. In Barker Ingrid and Peck Edward, eds Power in Strange Places: User Empowerment in mental health Services.,GPMH (Good Practices In Mental Health)
Chamberlin, Judi 1987. The Case for separatism. Ex-Patient Organising in the United States. In Barker Ingrid and Peck Edward, eds Power in Strange Places: User Empowerment in mental health Services.,GPMH (Good Practices In Mental Health)
Gell, Colin. (1987) Learning to Lobby, The Growth of Patients' Councils in Nottingham.In Barker Ingrid and Peck Edward, editors Power in Strange Places: User Empowerment in Mental Health Services.,GPMH (Good Practices In Mental Health)
International Self-Advocacy Alliance. Crisis Card Launched. Press Release. Sept 16th 1987.
Lowson, Dave. 1987. Compulsory Community Treatment Orders. Survivor Speak Out Information sheet.
McDonnell, Nora.1987. Mental Illness Myth or reality. Presented Survivors Speak Out Edale conference.
Mental Health System Survivors 1987 "Second revised Draft Policy Statement for Mental Health System Survivors" by Janet Foner and Jamie Alexander. Recovery and re-emergence no.4. pp 4-16 Rational Island Publisher. [This was developed to become What's Wrong with the "Mental Health System". And What Can Be Down About It? in 1991]
Plumb, Anne 1987 "That Word Consumer". Rochdale and District MIND Newsletter no.4
We're Not Mad. We're Angry. Multiple Image production. Shown on C4 1987
Survivors.. 1987 We're Not Mad . We're Angry! Statements by Surviors. Openmind.
Survivors Speak Out 1987 The Edale Charter
Survivors Speak Out: [1987?] Aims and objectives
Good Practices in Mental Health/Camden Consortium. 1988. Treated Well? A code of practice for psychiatric hospitals. GPMH.
Nottingham Patients Council Support Group. 1988 Information Pack. Bromar Print Ltd. Nottingham
Weisskopf-Joelson Edith, 1988. Father, Have I Kept My Promise? Madness as Seen from Within. Purdue.
Women in MIND. 1988. Finding Our Own Solutions: Women's Experience of Mental Health Care. MIND
Asylum. NO means NO. We have the Right to Refuse. Poster Asylum 3(2) 1988
Barker, Paul 1988. Hearing Voices. A review. and interview with Professor Marius Romme. Manchester Alliance for Community Care.occasional paper.
Campbell, Peter. 1988. "Why Is Involving People an Issue?" Chapter 4. Braisby, Don, Echlin, R, Hill ,Steve, Smith ,Helen. From Changing Futures: Housing and support Services for People Discharged from Psychiatric Hospitals.
Campbell, Peter. 1988. "Self- advocacy movement in the UK, User Representation, Citizen Advocacy, Staff as Advocates" in Barker, Ingrid and Peck, Edward. Power in Strange Places. Good Practices in Mental Health
Lyth Menzies, Isabel. 1988 Containing Anxiety in Institutions. Selected Essays. Free Association Press. 1988
Mental Health Service User speak out on services. 1988. Report on conference Common Concerns. UK. Insight 6. October 1988
National Mental Health Consumer Self-Help Clearinghouse. 1988 "Organising and Operating a Speakers' Bureau". NMH
Pembroke, Louise. 1988. "Asylums then and now". Presentation Mind Conference June 1988. Asylum 3(2)
Ramon, Shulamit. 1988. Mental Health Social Work: The State of the Art. Social Work Today June 1988 16-17
Reale, Elvira. "Conclusions and proposals". International Seminar on Mental Distress in Women. Rome, June, 1988.
Robert, Ron. 1988 "Schizophrenia: medical or mythical?" Science for People 67 18-21
Scottish Association for Mental Health. Why Women Campaign Report. 1988/1989
White, Donnard. 1988 "Madness and Psychiatry". Asylum 3(2) 20-22
Islington Mental Health Forum. 1989. Fit for Consumption. Mental Health Users' Views of Treatment in Islington. Trojan Press.
Barker, Paul 1989. "Hearing Voices" Asylum.3:4 5-9
Beresford, Peter. 1989. "Forced Into Poverty - Kept in Distress". Liverpool Association for Mental Health Newsletter.
Camden Mental Health Consortium. Annual Report. 1989/1990
Campbell, Peter. 1989. "Speaking Out on Services". Social Work Today. November 1989
Chamberlin, Judi, Rogers Joseph A. Sneed Caroline S. 1989 "Consumers, Families and Community Support Systems". Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal 12(3)
Jenner, FA 1989. 25-26 "Democracy & ECT". Asylum 3(4).
Lawson, Mike 1989 - ECT - Mike Lawson's statement in Debate in Nottingham. Asylum 4(1)
Plumb, Anne 1989 "Survivors Speak Out" Cahoots March-April-May 1989. Survival Issue
Wallcraft, Jan. "Winning through against fear and contempt". Community Care. 27.4.1989 Describes MIND consumer network
Campbell, Peter looks at the controversies within the movement for mental health self-advocacy. Social Work Today. 9.11.1989
Beeforth M, Conlan E, Field V,.Hoser B. Sayce Leds. Whose Service is it Anyway.: Users Views on Co-ordinating Community Care. Research and Development for Psychiatry 1990 London. ISBN 1-870480-02-3
Campaign Against Psychiatric Oppression. 1990. Rhythm of Struggle. Song of Hope.
Croft, Suzy and Beresford, Peter. 1990. From Paternalism to Participation. Involving People in Social services. Open services project/Rowntree trust. ISBN 1 872470 11 4
Campbell, Peter 1990. "Self Harm" Openmind 42 p17
Chamberlin, Judi.1990. The Ex-Patients Movement. Where We've Been and Where We're Going. The Journal of Mind and Behaviour. USA. 11(3). 77-90
Frank, Leonard Roy 1990. "Electroshock: Death, Brain Damage, Memory Loss and Brainwashing. The Journal of Mind and Behaviour USA. 11(4) 243-
Gostin, Larry 1990. "The Rights Stuff" Openmind 47.12-13 MIND pub.
Insight (Brighton) 1990. Users' Charter for Mental health Services
Lambeth LINK Self Advocacy Project. 1990. Charter '90.
Lambeth Link Self-Advocacy Project. Pamphlet. [POSSIBLY NOT 1990]
Lindow, Vivien. 1990. A Consumer's View. Openmind, 47. 0ct/nov.
Mindlink. Addresses 1990. International, national and regional.
Pembroke, Louise Roxanne. 1990. "Drug use in Schizophrenia - the Consumer Perspective". Conference paper. The drug use in schizophrenia conference 24.2.1990
Wallcraft, Jan. 1990. User Involvement - How to Make A Success of It. OPENMIND.47 .p9
Campbell, Peter 1990. Self-Advocacy: Working Together for Change. Presentation to Mind Conference 10.10.1990
Campbell, Peter.Speaking out on Services. Openmind.42 December1989/January 1990. p22
Beliappa, Jayanthi 1991 Illness or Distress?: Alternative models of
mental health by Jayanthi Beliappa. London: Confederation of Indian
Organisations (UK), viii and 88 pages: illustrated. ISBN: 0951141236
Grenko, Victor. 1991. A Guide to the Monsters of the Mind (cartoon) Manchester: Gatehouse Books. 32 page cartoon book. Bibliography: pages 30- 32. ISBN: 0906253322
Baker, Alan.1991. "Madness the Forgotten Way". Asylum 5.2.32-33
Baker ,Alan/1991. On Hearing Voices and other Phenomena. Libellus Dementum. Oxford Survivors.
Conlan, Edna. Proposal to establish a model regional advocacy service. 1991
Contact. Tontine Road centre. Pamphlet.
European Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (ENUSP), The 1991 Report of the Inaugural Conference , Zandvoort, The Netherlands.Oct 1991
Joseph Rowntree Foundation(1991). Mental Health Service Users as Community Care Providers. Project leaflet.
Lindow, Viv. 1991. "Participation and Power". Openmind 44 Apr/may 10-11
Lindow, Viv. 1991. "Experts, Lies, and Stereotypes". Health Services Journal 29.8.1991. pp 18 -19.
Mental Health System Survivors 1991 What's Wrong with the "Mental Health System". And What Can Be Down About It? A Draft Policy Statement Prepared for the Re-evaluation Counselling Communities. Rational Island Publishers.
Millett, Kate 1991 "The Loony Bin Trip". Openmind 52. aug/sep 12-13
NAPA/NEWS National Association of psychiatric Survivors. Spring 1991 Winter 1992 Spring 1993
National Advocacy Network. Progress report. August 1991
National Advocacy Network. Aims & Objectives. Draft. 17.4.1991.
National Association of Psychiatric Survivors.USA. NAPS/NEWS/ Summer 1991 -Spring 1993 [DOUBLE ENTRY]
Pembroke, Louise Roxanne. 1991. Mentalist Language and Thinking. User Involvement Course. King's Fund Centre.
Rogers, Anne and Pilgrim, David.1991 "'Pulling Down Churches': Accounting for the British Mental Health Users' Movement". Sociology of Health and Illness. 13 (2) 129-147
Survivors Speak Out, UKAN, Mindlink. 1991 Conference report. Mental Health Service users as trainers. 26.11.1991
World Federation of Psychiatric Users.1991. Announcing the WFPU.
UKAN. Minutes of the Inaugural General meeting. 29.9.1991
Pembroke, Louise Roxanne ed. Eating Distress. Perspectives from Personal Experience. 1992. Survivor Speak Out (SSO) publications.ISBN 1 898002 00 2
Read, Jim, Wallcraft Jan. 1992 Guidelines for Empowering Users if Mental Health Services. MIND/COHSE
Mindlink. Consultation paper on the future of Mindlink January 1992
Campbell, Peter.1992. A survivor's view of community psychiatry. Journal of Mental Health. 1992(1). 117-122 Davey, Brian 1992. The Interpretability of Madness. Asylum 6(1)
European Network of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (ENUSP),The. 1992. News 2.
Foner, Janet.(1992) Exchange Listening heals wounds. NAPS/NEWS USA. Spring 1992 4-5
Hudson, Wade. Network Against Psychiatric Assault. Societal change necessary for new paradigm. NAPS/NEWS Spring 1992 5-
Lindow, Viv. 1992 The bio-medical View of Emotional Distress and some of its Consequences for Long Term Patients in the Community. A Discussion Paper. Centre for the MHS Advisory Board and staff.
Mental Health Media. 1992 From Anger to Action. Council video leaflet.
Spandler, H. 1992. The history of the Socialist Patients Collective (SPK). Heidelberg 1970/71/ Asylum 6(4)
Steinem, Gloria 1992. The Meditative Technique. Appendix 1. Revolution from Within. A book of self Esteem. Bloomsbury. London
Survivors Speak Out August 1992(?). Draft letter to William Bingley, Mental Health Act Commission (questions relating to work of the Mental Health Act Commission.
Survivors Speak Out.1992. Response to proposed amendments to Mental Health Act 1983 Code of practice + Mental health Act 1983: Code of Practice. DoH.
Taylor, Brian 1992. Should Psychotherapy and Counselling Services Be Made Widely Available. Some notes fro consultation and comment. Openmind.
Taylor, Brian.1992. Reflections on Therapy. Openmind 59. Oct/nov.18-19
Wood, Daphne. 1992. Stress on women. MIND Report on MIND campaign on women and mental health.Openmind 57 jun/jul. p4
Spandler, H. 1992. The history of the Socialist Patients Collective (SPK). Heidelberg 1970/71/ Asylum 6(4)
Task Force on Mental Health. User Involvement and the Task Force on Mental Health. Meeting memo. 19.10.1992 29.4.1993
O'Hagan, Mary. 1993. STOPOVERS On My Way Home From Mars. A journey into the psychiatric survivor movement in the USA, Britian and the Netherlands. Survivors Speak Out. London. ISBN 1 989002 01 0.
Broadmoor Patients' newsletter. The Chronicle May 1993
Chronicle, The. Broadmore Patients' Newsletter May 1993 [DOUBLE ENTRY]
Campbell, Peter. 1993 Mental health services- the user's view. British Medical Journal.306 848-306
(Crepaz) Keay, D. Mad, maybe, but disabled? Disability Now. July 1993 p13
King's Fund Centre.1993. User Involvement and Psychiatry. Notes on meeting of representatives of Royal College of Psychiatry, Survivors Speak Out, Mindlink, UK Advisory NetWork. May 1993
Lowson, Dave.1993. Un derstanding professional thought disorder. leaflet
Mental Health Service Users Charter Working Group.1993.. Producing a Charter for Users of Mental Health Services.
Plumb, Anne 1993. "The Challenge of Self-Advocacy" Feminism and Psychology. Volume 3(2) pp 169 -187
Shropshire's Mental Health NHS Trust. 1993. Alternatives to Psychiatry. Programme.
Survivor Poetry. 1993. Going it alone. Openmind.62.
Survivors Speak Out, UKAN, Mindlink 1993 to Virginia Bottomley on the debate on community care and community treatment orders and review of the Mental Health Act 1983. + Proposals for a new Community Supervision order. Royal College of Psychiatrists.Letter
Voices. "Terms of Reference of the Voices Forum National Committee". National Schizophrenic Fellowship. 27.8.1993.
Lindow, Vivien. 1994. Self-Help Alternatives to Mental Health Services. MIND ISBN 1 874690 21 9
MHTFUG 1994 Charter. Guidelines for a Local Charter for Users of Mental Health Service.
MHTFUG 1994 Advocacy. Advocacy : a code of practice
MHTFUG 1994 Advocacy. Building on Experience : A training pack for mental health service users working as trainers, speakers and workshop facilitators
Openmind. Personal Experiences of Mental Distress 1983-1994. Openmind.
Pembroke, Louise Roxanne 1994 SELF-HARM. Perspectives from Personal Experience. Survivors Speak Out. London. ISBN 1 898002 02 9
Plumb, Anne 1994 Distress or Disabilility? Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People. Occasional paper.
Beresford, Peter and Campbell, Jane. 1994. Disabled People, Service Users, User Involvement and Representation. Disability and Society 9(3) 315-325
Cohen, David. 1994. "Neuroleptic Drug Treatment of Schizophrenia. The State of Confusion". The Journal of Mind and Behaviour. 15(2) 139-156
European Users Conference.1994. Report. Survivors Speak out Newsletter. August 1994
Hearing Voices Newsletter 1994-2001 21-23
Leader, Alan. Direct Power. A resource pack for people who want to develop their own care plans and support networks. (Community Support Network, Brixton Community Sanctuary, MIND) Pavilion Publishing (Brighton).1995 ISBN I 871080 27 4
Manic Depression Fellowship. 1995 Inside Out. A guide to self-management of manic depression. MDFellowship
Read ,Jim and Wallcraft Jan. 1995. Guidelines on equal opportunities and mental health. MIND/Unison. ISBN 874690 54 5
Survivors' Poetry. 1995. Under the Asylum Tree. Survivors' Press. London ISBN 1 874595 01 1
Butterfield, Pat and Taylor, Jean 1995 .ECT User perspective on informed consent. Openmind 78. 11-13
Moxley, David P. 1995 Consumers as Providers in Psychiatric Rehabilitation.
Survivors Speak Out. 1995."The Survivors Speak Out Crisis Card". (Adina Halpern, solicitor) Information sheet
Survivors Speak Out.1995. "Advance Directives". (Adina Halpern, solicitor) Information sheet
Leader, Alan. 1996. The Power to Change. A resource pack for mental health agencies building support networks in local communities. (MIND, Community Support Network, Lambeth Citizen Advocacy Project). Pavilion Publishing. ISBN 1 900600 30 7
Read, Jim and Reynolds.Jill ed 1996. Speaking Our Minds. An Anthology. The Open University.
Crepaz-Keay, David. Genetics - Jekyll or Hyde? 1996 GenEthics News. March/April 1996. 5-6
Survivors Speak Out. "Some Points to Consider when Putting your Crisis Card into Use" January 1996 Information sheet.
Campbell, Peter & Lindow, Viv 1997. Changing Practice. Mental Health and User Empowerment. MIND/RCN. ISBN 1 874690 62 6
Coleman, Ron & Smith, Mike. Working with Voices!! Victim to Victor. Handsell Publications 1997
Crepaz-Keay, David, Binns Chris , Wilson Evelyn. 1997. Dancing with angels. Involving survivors in mental health training. Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work.(CCETWS) London.
Anti E.C.T Campaign. "Say No to E.C.T." Survivors Speak Out Newsletter. September 1997
Campbell, Peter 1997. Clocked off. Openmind 88 November/December. p11
European Network of Ex/Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (ENUSP), 1997. Twelve point plan. Survivor Speak out Newsletter. May 97
Plumb, Anne 1997. "Dancing with angels; Involving survivors in mental health training." CCETSW. A review. Social Work Education
National Self Harm Network. Report of inaugural meeting. 16.3.1997
W.I.S.H. (Women in Special Hospitals). Loiuse Whittle and Cheryl Lygo (Survivors Speak Out) interview Carole Rigby (Project Worker). Survivors Speak Out newsletter. 5.1997
Campbell, Peter, Cobb Alison and Darton Katherine. 1998. Psychiatric Drugs. User's Experiences and Current Policy and Practice. MIND publications.ISBN 874690
Coleman, Ron.1998. Politics of the Madhouse. Labotomy, ECT, Seclusion, Empowerment, Community Care. Handsell Publications.
Relton,. Peter 1999. Reaching Out Project. An Evaluation. Kirklees
Walker, Andrew and Henderson, David, ed. 1999. Lifted. The poetry, prose and paintings by the people who make up New Horizin Borders. New Horizon Borders.
Blazdell Julia. 1999 User-Led Research.Strategies for Living. Mental health foundation.nov.
Campbell, Peter. 1999. Crisis on the Acute Ward. Openmind.(?issue)
Campbell, Peter. 1999. "The future of the mental health system: a survivor's perspective". Mental Health Practice 3(1) 12-17
Hearing Voices. Programme of farewell to Marius Romme. Coping with Psychosis, from object to subject. 14.01.1999.
Intervoice International Network. 1999 Pamphlet.
Relton, Peter.1999 A Psychiatric Survivor in the NHS. The Advocat, newsletter of the UK Advocacy Network. May 1999.
Reynolds, Jill and Read, Jim. 1999. Opening minds: user involvement in the production of learning materials on mental health and distress. S. 09/97 Social Work Education. 18(4) 1999
Sheffield Hearing Voices Group. Newsletter 9.1999
Beresford, Peter 2000 Our Voice in Our Future. Mental Health Services. Shaping Our Lives/National Institute for Social Work.(NISW)/Joseph Rowntree Foundation. ISBN 1 899942 40 8
Barker, Paul 2000. Schizophrenia & the Emperors (not so) New Clothes. Asylum2000 18-21
Beresford, Peter 2000. What Have madness and Psychiatric System survivors to Do with Disability and Disability Studies. Disability & Society 15(I)
Harris, Phil. 2000 Watching the Watchmen. Is research Really Addressing Human Despair. Asylum 2000 p16-18
Perkins, Rachel. 2000. A Vision. Speech extract. S.U.N. (Survivors' United Network) 2(3)
Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.(Diana Rose) 2000. Survey of the User movement in England.
Downs, Julie ed. 2001 Coping with Voices and Visions. Hearing Voices Network Publication. HVN
Khatidja Chantler, Burman Erica, Batsleer Janet, Bashir Colson. 2001. Attempted Suicide and Self Harm (South Asian Women). Project Report.M/cr Uni/health through Action.
Mental Health Foundation. 2001. Something Inside So Strong. Strategies for surviving mental distress. Mental Health Foundation. London ISBN 0 901944 96 3
Bangay, Frank. 2001 A True Voice Singing. Frank Bangay talks to Chas de Swiet about his CD. Dail Magazine. (disability Arts and information line)/201
Campbell, Peter. 2001. It's Not the Real You .."Openmind Mar 2001
Hartley, Janice 2001. Psychosis.The Ultimate reality. Asylum 13(1)
Psychology Politics Resistance. 2001 Asylum in the 21st Century. Meeting.
Snow, Rose. 2002. Stronger Than Ever. The Report of the 1st National Conference of Survivors Workers UK. Asylum. ISBN. 0 9544030 0 2
Knight, Tamasin. 2002. Can the Mental health System Cause Paranoia. Asylum 13(2) 6-7
Plumb, Anne 2002 "From Psychiatric Patient to Citizen: Overcoming Discrimination and Social Exclusion by Liz Sayce. A Review". Social Work Education 21(1)
Frank ,Leonard Roy. 2003. Metamorphosis, Interrupted. Mouth magazine nov/dec.2003.US 24-28
Plumb, Anne 2003 "Research - on whose sides? Acts of betrayal". Unpublished.
Beresford, Peter.2004. A New Day Dawning. Our rights, our hopes, our futures. Presentation. Mind Annual Conference.2004
Beresford Peter.2004 Impairment, Madness .Distress, dissent. Openmind 125. jan/feb 2004
Campbell, Peter.2006 Brown Linoleum Green Lawns. Hearing Eye publishers.
Campbell, Peter. 2006. Some things you should know about user/survivor action. A Mind resource pack.
Taylor, Brian. 2006. Responding to Men in Crisis. Masculinities, distress and the postmodern political landscape. Routledge.
Change. Depression. Change/Royal free Hampstead NHS Trust, DoH.
Henderson, Rick & Wallis, Mark. Prisoners, Patients or People? Freedom Into Action. ISBN 0 095179 43 02
Hutchinson, Phil. Sicknote from Scapegoat Hill.
Manchester Mental Patients Union.Your Rights in Mental Hospital. (Manc.Uni Community Action/Manc Area Resource Centre, Manc Big Falme, Grass Roots Books).Moss side Community Press
Rogers, John, Came Martin, Pitts Karl Romilly, Furness John. Outside Inside. A collection of writings by people who have been mentally distressed. Outsider Publications.
Survivors Speak Out. Self Advocacy Pack. Empoering Mental Health Service Users. Survivors Speak Out.
Astride. Ex/Mental health service users working as mental health professionals.leaflet
British Network for Alternatives to Psychiatry. Platform for the BNAP. Leaflet
Breggin, Peter R. Brain Damage, Dementia and Persistent Cognitive Dysfuntion Associated with Neuroleptic Drugs .. 18The Journal of Mind and Behaviour. USA.
Campaign Against Psychiatric Oppression (CAPO). Introduction, Manifesto, Demands.
Campbell, Jean. Looking with New Eyes: How inclusion of consumer/survivor voices helps to promote the production and dissemination of knowledge. Missouri Institute of Mental Health
Campbell, Peter (date ?) A Survivor Speaks Out. Health Rights'Report: Consumersim in the NHS
Campbell, Peter. Spiritual Crisis. Openmind 61. 10-11
Campbell, Peter(?date 95). The Last Communication. Openmind(?issue)
Campbell, Peter. 199 In Times of Crisis. Openmind 52 Aug/sept. p15
Campbell.Article on a New Mental health Act. Openmind (?issue)
Campbell, Peter. (date?Written in Advance..Openmind. (?issue)
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Cresswell, Janet.Broadmoor User's Report on Psychiatric Services.
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David, Aaron. Talking to All the Servants about Man and God and the Law. Politican and Economic Aspects of Istitutional Psychiatry under Capitalism.inMadness Network News Reader.
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Lambeth Forum for Mental health. Pamphlet.
Lappon, Lenny. The Philadelphia story.A Report on the Sixth Annual North American Conference on Human Rights and psychiatric Oppression. State and Mind USA. 6(4) 15-20
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Lawson, Mike. Eric. Tribute to Mike Irwin. Asylum
Lehman, Peter.News from Berlin. Run-Away-House - One year on..
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London Alliance for Menthal Health Action. Should You Have Electroshock. leaflet
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Mental Health Media.Does the Media Make You Mad. Leaflet.
Millett Kate .Millet writes on the medical model NAPS Newsp3-4.
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National Association of Psychiatric Survivors (NAPS)Goals and Philosophy Statement.Leaflet
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Niall. Mealtimes. Openmind.
Niall. Hotel Galatica - the First Three Days. Asylum
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Psychology Politics Resistance. Position statement
PVP. What is Patientenvertrouwenspersoon? (patient's confidant).
Read, Jim. Your Mind in their Hands. Training syllabus.
Reclaim Bedlam Campaign. Survivor Speak Out Newsheet
Relton, Peter. A Survivor Perspective.
Roberts, Mark. Survivor Outrage at Genetic Research into so-called Mental Disorders.
Shindler, Aidan. Odyssey. Strategies for Living. Mental Health Foundation.
UKAN (UK Advocacy Network) Ect: new user research. UKAN's national user survey. Openmind 78.p13
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