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Usar, Onar. (2014, June 4). Psychiatric System Consumer/Survivor Advocacy: Critical Literature Review. Final Report Prepared for the Black Creek Community Health Centre Advocacy for Change: Community Mental Health Project. Toronto ON.

Faulkner, Alison. (2004). The ethics of survivor research: Guidelines for the ethical conduct of research carried out by mental health service users and survivors. The Policy Press.

Morrow, M., Jiang, C., Adam, S. & Davies, M. (Summer 2021). Canada Watch: Critical Perspectives on Mental Health/Mad Studies. Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. Toronto, ON.