Redpanther takes a partnership approach to research, assembling teams with best fit for each project. Topic areas of particular interest are mental health, gender and social equality, and media.
In mental health projects, we offer a service user perspective in addition to research experience, project management, and topic expertise.
- Rethinking Advocacy in Mental Health (2016). In partnership with Victoria Legal Aid.
- Establishing an effective peer workforce: A literature review (2014). Graham Panther, Tori Bell, and Sarah Pollock, with Mind Australia.
- Changing Landscapes – Analysing the landscape of housing support in the New Zealand Mental Health sector (2014). In partnership with the Centre for Mental Health Research at University of Auckland, Pathways Health, the Pact Group, and Positive Thinking.
- Uses and Abuses of Recovery – Implementing recovery-oriented practices in mental health systems (2014). Slade, Amering, Farkas, Hamilton, O’Hagan, Panther, Perkins, Shepherd, Tse, and Whitley. Co-author of this paper, led by Mike Slade, on common abuses of the concept of recovery, and ten empirically validated interventions which support recovery.
- Advance Directives in Mental Health: Service user and clinician perspectives (2013). In partnership with the Centre for Mental Health Research at University of Auckland.
- Decision making of the Mental Health Review Tribunal in New Zealand (2013). In partnership with the Centre for Mental Health Research at University of Auckland, and Positive Thinking.
- Employment Choices for Young Women – The influence of gender representation in New Zealand produced television watched by children (2012). In partnership with the Film, Television and Media Studies Department at University of Auckland, and Positive Thinking.