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ISBN 978 0 7559 9874 6 (Web only publication) ISSN 2045-6964 DPPAS 11070
Dawn Griesbach Patricia Russell Clare Lardner Jacki Gordon Griesbach & Associates
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AcknowledgementsA note about terminologyExecutive Summary
1IntroductionBackground and national policy context The Scottish Recovery Network ( SRN) Aims and research questions Structure of this report
2MethodsGetting the perspectives of stakeholders Review of literature, monitoring data and statistical information Case studies Analysis
3What is the Scottish Recovery Network?Creation of the Scottish Recovery Network Vision, aims and objectives Target groups SRN's activities and outcomes Staffing Funding
4Objective 1: Raise awareness of recoveryHow the has SRN raised awareness of recovery Reach Effectiveness Impact
5Objective 2: Develop an evidence base for recovery in ScotlandHow the SRN has developed an evidence base for recovery Effectiveness and impact
6Objective 3: Build capacity in communitiesWellness Recovery Action Planning ( WRAP) Peer support worker schemes Local recovery networks
7Objective 4: Support practice developmentScottish Recovery Indicator Developing learning materials for professionals
8Influence on policy and practiceInfluence on national mental health policy Influence on practice Barriers and levers to influence The SRN's influence on practice: The perspective of service users
9Is the SRN good value for money?Governance and management How costs and benefits are weighed up in making decisions How performance and outcomes are measured and reported Whether outcomes (or objectives) have been achieved within budget Views from evaluation participants
10The future of recovery and the future of the SRN: Key messages and conclusionsHow has the SRN planned and implemented its work? To what extent has the SRN delivered on its aims and objectives? The SRN's influence on policy The SRN's influence on practice Reach, effectiveness and impact Value for money The future for recovery and the future for the SRNRecommendations
Annex A: What is "recovery"?Annex B: Background to the creation of the SRNAnnex C: SRN Outcome model, 2008Annex D: SRN website statistics and attendance at eventsAnnex E: Case study summary reportsCase study area 1 Case study area 2 Case study area 3 Case study area 4
The views expressed in this report are those of the researcher and do not necessarily represent those of the Department or Scottish Ministers.
This report is available on the Scottish Government Social Research website only www.scotland.gov.uk/socialresearch.
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