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. Russell, Who Experiences Discrimination in Ireland? Evidence from the QNHS Equality Modules (Dublin: ERSI, 2017). 11 N. Krieger, ‘Embodying inequality: a review of concepts, measures, and methods for studying health consequences of discrimination’, International Journal of Health Services , 29:2 (1999), 295–352. 12 Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre,  Submission to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Future of Mental Health Care  (Dublin: Pavee Point Traveller and Roma Centre, 2017

in Immigrants as outsiders in the two Irelands
Vanya Kovačič

day.’ And we really talked for one hour every day. And in her own way, she made me have friends from the hospital and make social relations” (RSP12, Syrian, M). Some also commented how they managed to overcome the feeling of stigma related to the mental-health care: “We Iraqis hesitate to talk with shrinks but, honestly, it was very helpful for me to talk with a psychiatrist [in the MSF hospital

in Reconstructing lives
Peter Triantafillou
Naja Vucina

in her cure both inside and, increasingly, outside clinical and hospital settings was pushed by British psychiatrists, psychotherapists, and other reformers from the 1960s. Empowering the patient Since the 1990s, a number of medical practitioners and others involved in mental health care have written on recovery. In this vast literature, we often encounter a distinction between ‘recovery’ and ‘rehabilitation’. Recovery is usually defined as an approach by which people suffering from mental illness are offered various empowerment techniques in order to better cope

in The politics of health promotion