Challenging stigma and discrimination, challenging the language used to define others, the labels we use to describe others who differ from us, and the way the media report incidents involving service users can shape how service users are treated in the community.
What does ISU stand for?
ISU stands for Involving Service Users (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of ISU
We have 125 other meanings of ISU in our Acronym Attic
- International Seamen's Union
- International Skating Union (Switzerland)
- International Space University
- International Stereoscopic Union
- International Survey Unit (PricewaterhouseCoopers; UK)
- International System Unit
- Internationale Socialisters Ungdom (Danish Political Movement)
- Internet System Update
- Investigative Services Unit
- Investigative Support Unit
- Iowa Southern Utilities
- Iowa State University
- Iridium Subscriber Unit
- Irkutsk State University (Russia)
- Isabela State University (Philippines)
- International Skating Union of America (US and Canada)
- Imager of Sprites and Upper Atmospheric Lightning
- Indiana State University Anthropology Laboratory
- Iowa State University Archaeological Laboratory (Ames, IA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
For those requiring home and personal care, multi-stakeholder care co-operatives, involving service users, workers and community supporters can give older women (and men) the opportunity to take charge of solutions, which are available, and demonstrably successful internationally, without substituting public sector jobs.
Dundee West MSP Kate Maclean said NHS Tayside should not increase parking charges until a comprehensive review involving service users is carried out.
I believe one reason might be that despite stating a commitment to involving service users in the city, Coventry Health Authority did not include anyone currently using mental health services in the city on the selection panel.
Relatives and carers not being involved or consulted on care issues involving service users.