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Evaluation of the Scottish Recovery Indicator 2 (SRI 2)

  Executive summary
The Scottish Recover Indicator (SRI) is a web based service
development tool designed by the Scottish Recovery Network to
support and develop recovery focused approaches in Scottish
mental health services (www.sri2.net).
The Scottish Primary Care Mental Health Research and
Development Programme (SPCMHRDP) and the ScotCen Social
Research were commissioned to evaluate the SRI (version 1) in
September 2010. A new version, the SRI 2, was developed and
launched nationally in November 2011. It was decided to
combine the evaluations of the SRI 1 and SRI 2, and to compare
results from the evaluations where appropriate. This report
focuses primarily on the SRI 2 evaluation.

  • Type:

    Consultancy Report

  • Date:

    01 October 2013

  • Publication Status:

    Published

  • Library of Congress:

    RC0321 Neuroscience. Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    616.8 Nervous & mental disorders

Citation

MacGregor, A., Reid, S., Maxwell, M., Miller, I., Macleod, S., Corbett, J., …Harris, F. (2013). Evaluation of the Scottish Recovery Indicator 2 (SRI 2). Edinburgh: Scottish Recovery Network

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Keywords

Depression; recovery; Scottish recovery indicator

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