Dr Krysia Canvin
Dr Krysia Canvin
Senior Research Fellow, University of Leeds
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Tales of the unexpected? Hidden resilience in poor households in Britain
K Canvin, A Marttila, B Burstrom, M Whitehead
Social Science & Medicine 69 (2), 238-245, 2009
1032009
Duty, desire or indifference? A qualitative study of patient decisions about recruitment to an epilepsy treatment trial
K Canvin, A Jacoby
Trials 7 (1), 1-13, 2006
942006
Researching mental health in minority ethnic communities: reflections on recruitment
J Rugkåsa, K Canvin
Qualitative Health Research 21 (1), 132-143, 2011
782011
Can I risk using public services? Perceived consequences of seeking help and health care among households living in poverty: qualitative study
K Canvin, C Jones, A Marttila, B Burström, M Whitehead
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 61 (11), 984-989, 2007
702007
A ‘bittersweet pill to swallow’: learning from mental health service users’ responses to compulsory community care in England
K Canvin, A Bartlett, V Pinfold
Health & social care in the community 10 (5), 361-369, 2002
612002
Patient, psychiatrist and family carer experiences of community treatment orders: qualitative study
K Canvin, J Rugkåsa, J Sinclair, T Burns
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 49 (12), 1873-1882, 2014
582014
Lay perceptions of the desired role and type of user involvement in clinical governance
A Litva, K Canvin, M Shepherd, A Jacoby, M Gabbay
Health Expectations 12 (1), 81-91, 2009
542009
Studying social policy and resilience to adversity in different welfare states: Britain and Sweden
C Jones, B Burström, A Marttila, K Canvin, M Whitehead
International Journal of Health Services 36 (3), 425-442, 2006
342006
Trust, deals and authority: community mental health professionals’ experiences of influencing reluctant patients
J Rugkåsa, K Canvin, J Sinclair, A Sulman, T Burns
Community mental health journal 50 (8), 886-895, 2014
332014
Controlled and dependent: experiences of living on social assistance in Sweden
A Marttila, M Whitehead, K Canvin, B Burström
International Journal of Social Welfare 19 (2), 142-151, 2010
312010
Leverage and other informal pressures in community psychiatry in England
K Canvin, J Rugkåsa, J Sinclair, T Burns
International journal of law and psychiatry 36 (2), 100-106, 2013
282013
Acceptability of compulsory powers in the community: the ethical considerations of mental health service users on supervised discharge and guardianship
K Canvin, A Bartlett, V Pinfold
Journal of medical ethics 31 (8), 457-462, 2005
242005
Identity in recovery from problematic alcohol use: A qualitative study of online mutual aid
SE Chambers, K Canvin, DS Baldwin, JMA Sinclair
Drug and alcohol dependence 174, 17-22, 2017
202017
Threats and offers in community mental healthcare
M Dunn, D Maughan, T Hope, K Canvin, J Rugkåsa, J Sinclair, T Burns
Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (4), 204-209, 2012
202012
User views and ethical issues in qualitative methods
A Bartlett, K Canvin
Ethical issues in forensic mental health research, 58-71, 2003
192003
Translating health policy into research practice
P Hodgson, K Canvin
Involving service users in health and social care research, 48-65, 2005
182005
The use of leverage in community mental health: Ethical guidance for practitioners
M Dunn, JMA Sinclair, KJ Canvin, J Rugkåsa, T Burns
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 60 (8), 759-765, 2014
122014
Seeking assistance in later life: how do older people evaluate their need for assistance?
K Canvin, CA MacLeod, G Windle, A Sacker
Age and ageing 47 (3), 466-473, 2018
102018
Carer involvement in compulsory out-patient psychiatric care in England
J Rugkåsa, K Canvin
BMC health services research 17 (1), 1-11, 2017
92017
The relationship between workforce characteristics and perception of quality of care in mental health: A qualitative study
JA Baker, K Canvin, K Berzins
International journal of nursing studies 100, 103412, 2019
52019
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