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    • Eliciting recovery narratives in global mental health: Benefits and potential harms in service user participation. 

      Kaiser, Bonnie N; Varma, Saiba; Carpenter-Song, Elizabeth; Sareff, Rebecca; Rai, Sauharda; Kohrt, Brandon A (Psychiatric rehabilitation journal, 2019-07-29)
      OBJECTIVE:The engagement of peers and service users is increasingly emphasized in mental health clinical, educational, and research activities. A core means of engagement is via the sharing of recovery narratives, through ...
    • Mental health and psychosocial support needs among people displaced by Boko Haram in Nigeria. 

      Kaiser, Bonnie N; Ticao, Cynthia; Boglosa, Jeremy; Minto, John; Chikwiramadara, Charles; Tucker, Melissa; Kohrt, Brandon A (Global public health, 2019-09-19)
      Since 2013, the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria has left almost 2 million people displaced and 10 million in need of life-saving services. While the humanitarian response has focused on provision of food, shelter, and physical ...
    • "Thinking too much": A systematic review of a common idiom of distress. 

      Kaiser, Bonnie N; Haroz, Emily E; Kohrt, Brandon A; Bolton, Paul A; Bass, Judith K; Hinton, Devon E (Soc Sci Med, 2015-12)
      Idioms of distress communicate suffering via reference to shared ethnopsychologies, and better understanding of idioms of distress can contribute to effective clinical and public health communication. This systematic review ...