【関連イベント】Mental Health Self-knowledge: Recovery initiatives in Japan and Britain終了しました
Norwich Sports Park
Mental Health Self-knowledge: Recovery initiatives in Japan and Britain
Date & Time: 26 September, 2014, 9.30am-4.30pm
Venue: Norwich SportsPark (University of East Anglia)
The goals of this workshop are:
- To introduce the Japanese concept of Tojisha Kenkyu (“patients study of themselves”);
- To discuss the developing British experience of Recovery Colleges;
- To compare these two innovative approaches to service user involvement in mental health.
This workshop is intended for anyone with personal, professional, policy or research interests in supporting people with long-term mental illness.
Ikuyoshi Mukaiyachi (Professor, Health Sciences University of Hokkaido)
Kohei Yamane (Bethel House service user and peer supporter)
Kohji Ishihara (Associate Professor, The University of Tokyo)
Sue Howlett (Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Recovery College)
Amanda Green (peer tutor, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Recovery College)
The day has been organised by Norwich Medical School in association with the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Recovery College, and funded by the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.
Participation of our Japanese guests is facilitated by “Uehiro Research Division for Philosophy of Co-existence, The University of Tokyo Center for Philosophy (UTCP)”.