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Chapter 13: Recovery-orientated practice in education (Mike Fleet) Mike clearly shows how contemporary nurse education does not encourage, nor indeed prepare, the student mental health nurse to embrace the core values of recovery of self-determination and self-management, and hope and expectations. He demonstrates that there is a clear need for this to be rectified. By reminding us that recovery is not about cure, rather it is about reclaiming a satisfying and meaningful life, he proposes that we need to educate students to be able to develop hope-inspiring relationships.
Barker et al. (2000) state that people need fellowship as opposed to treatment and someone to join with them, as opposed to act upon them. Repper and Perkins (2003) argue that when mental difficulties are seen within the context of ‘illness’, they become the province of professional experts. Jacobson (2004) provides a US perspective with regard to a shift from ‘power over, to power sharing’ (p. 161), stating that recovery expertise occurs in the absence of professional qualifications, and is possibly only available to those with personal experience and insights.