Hearing Voices

“Hearing Voices: The Utilization of Qualitative Research in Early Psychosis” was held on October 15th, 2007. The symposium highlighted international qualitative research that reveals the voice of young people affected by psychosis, their families and the practitioners who served them.

The symposium was hosted by Dr. Katherine Boydell, Sociologist with the Community Health Systems Resource Group, and included keynote addresses by Dr. Cheryl Corcoran, Dr. Helen Lester, Dr. Joann McIlwrick and Dr. Alan Rosen. Discussion was provided by Dr. John Strauss and Dr. Sue Estroff.

An edited book by the keynote speakers and discussants is currently being produced. Information on how to obtain a copy will be posted on this site, closer to the book's release date.

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