Video ethnography: introducing a new tool from research to psychiatric practice?

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Title
Video ethnography: introducing a new tool from research to psychiatric practice?
Journal
Psychosis
Author(s)
Abrahamyan Empson Lilit, Conus Philippe
ISSN
1752-2439
1752-2447
Publication state
In Press
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Pages
1-11
Language
english
Abstract
Ongoing progress in psychiatric research calls for interdisciplinary approaches and use of novel methodologies. After discussing theoretical advantages of the use of video ethnography in psychiatric research in the context of urbanicity/psychosis studies, the present article explores the representations of first line practitioners regarding its use inpsychiatric research and, by extrapolation, in general practice based on qualitative analysis of case-managers feed- backs. Video ethnography was found sufficiently acceptable and tolerable tool within our research
cohort. Both patients and case managers were positive about assets provided by this approach. Nevertheless, more research is warranted to supplement reported results and conceptualize further implementation of video ethnography as a research tool. Further developments in this area may profit to psychiatric care beneficiaries by enabling a user inclusive
approach and enriching therapists’ appreciation of the impact of psychotic symptoms on patient’s daily life. While the use of video ethnography in psychiatric research and practice with psychotic patients remains scarce, ever changing attitudes of the society towards self exposure and availability of non-professional video recording material may further shape both research and clinical practice.
Keywords
psychosis, videoethnography, early intervention, urbanicity, user inclusive methods
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