The Team Recovery Implementation Plan: a framework for creating recovery-focused services

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Repper, Julie; Perkins, Rachel
Centre for Mental Health
Date of publication
1 October 2013
ImROC briefing; 6
Mental health services
Social welfare
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Creating more recovery-focused services requires a change in culture and practice at every level of the organisation . In modern mental health services, the basic building block is the multidisciplinary team, whether in a hospital ward or in the community. Supporting recovery through working with the whole team is at the centre of the processes of organisational change and a necessary complement to changing the attitudes and behaviour of front-line staff. The ‘Team Recovery Implementation Plan’ (TRIP) was initially developed by Julie Repper and her colleagues in Nottingham and is a tried and tested instrument designed to assist with this goal. This paper describes the instrument and its practical use in a variety of settings.

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