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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 (
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:


  • Library of Congress:

    RC0321 Neuroscience. Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry

  • Dewey Decimal Classification:

    616.8 Nervous & mental disorders


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



Depression; recovery; Scottish recovery indicator

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