The Process of Recovery of People with Mental Illness: The Perspectives of Patients, Family Members and Care Providers: Part 1
Référence bibliographique 
Noiseux, Sylvie, St-Cyr, Denise Tribble, Corin, Elen, St-Hilaire, Pierre-Luc, Morissette, Raymond, Leclerc, Claude, Fleury, Danielle, Vigneault, Luc et Gagnier, Francine. 2010. «The Process of Recovery of People with Mental Illness: The Perspectives of Patients, Family Members and Care Providers: Part 1 ». BMC Health Services Research, vol. 10, no 161.
Intentions : « The objective of the study is to analyze the characteristic points of convergence and divergence between the three types of participants (patient, family member/friend, care provider) regarding the process of recovery for people with different kinds of mental illnesses. » (PDF, p. 2)
Questions/Hypothèses: « More specifically, the following question was addressed in this paper: What are the points of convergence and divergence between the three types of participants regarding the process of recovery for people living with mental illness? » (PDF, p. 2)
Échantillon/Matériau : 36 personnes de Montréal ont été interviewées en groupe de trois composé d’un patient, d’un membre de la famille ou ami et d’un intervenant.
Type de traitement des données : Analyse de contenu
« It is a qualitative design study that examines points of divergence and convergence in the perspectives on recovery of 36 participants or 12 triads. Each triad comprising a patient, a family member/friend, a care provider and documents the procedural, analytic of triangulating perspectives as a means of understanding the recovery process which is illustrated by four case studies. Variations are considered as they relate to individual characteristics, type of participant (patient, family, member/friend and care provider), and mental illness. This paper which is part of a larger study and is based on a qualitative research design documents the process of recovery of people with mental illness: Developing a Model of Recovery in Mental Health: A middle range theory. […] Two themes emerge from the analysis process of the content of 36 interviews with participants: (1) Revealing dynamic context, situating patients in their dynamic context; and (2) Relationship issues in a recovery process, furthering our understanding of such issues. [… ] The perspectives of the three participants (patients, family members/friends and care providers) suggest that recovery depends on constructing meaning around mental illness experiences and that the process is based on each person’s dynamic context (e. g., social network, relationship), life experiences and other social determinants (e. g., symptoms, environment). The findings of this study add to existing knowledge about the determinants of the recovery of persons suffering with a mental illness and significant other utilizing public mental health services in Montreal, Canada. » (PDF, p.1)