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Jun
23
2017

This page contains links to the reports we have published. If you want to know more about a specific project please look at the relevant project page in the ‘Our Work’ section of the website. Project pages also provide links to blogs and peer reviewed papers McPin Staff have written based on our work.

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Jun
23
2017

Kent County Council’s Mental Wellbeing Programme

We produced a number of reports based upon a 2 year evaluation of wellbeing programmes. They all contain a theory of change model and a review of impact. Do take a look!

Improving Mental Wellbeing in Kent: Evaluation of Kent County Council’s Mental Wellbeing Programme

Improving Mental Wellbeing in Kent: Evaluation of Kent County Council’s Mental Wellbeing Programme [Summary]

Improving Mental Wellbeing in Kent: Evaluation of the Primary Care Link Workers Service

Improving Mental Wellbeing in Kent: Evaluation of the Kent Sheds project

Improving Mental Wellbeing in Kent: Evaluation of Mental Health First Aid

Kent Mental Wellbeing Programme Evaluation: Concept Mapping Report

Kent Mental Wellbeing Programme Evaluation: Concept Mapping Report [Summary]

Suport After Suicide

This is a guide produced by Public Health England which we were commissioned to scope and write.

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Jun
23
2017

Side by Side: A National Evaluation of Peer Support

We completed in 2017 an evaluation of community based peer support, jointly with St George’s University of London. It was commissioned by Mind, and funded by the Big Lottery Fund. Several reports were produced and a toolkit.

There are two short summaries:

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This report is a full summary of the evaluation and includes an afterword from our peer research team:

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Finally the full report is also available – its over 400 pages long!

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Jun
23
2017

Everywhere and everyone included? Research in NHS Mental Health Trusts in England

Our first piece of policy research was launched in 2017. We wanted to look at the spread of research activity across England and explore if there was any link to NHS patient care quality indicators. What we found is written into our report below:

Everywhere and everyone included?

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Jun
23
2017

Driving Change: Global mental health report

One of the first reports that the Foundation produced was a summary of interviews with NGOs (Non-Government Organisations) around the world about their role in mental health innovation for a health summit organised by the Qatar Foundation. What we found is summarised in the report below:

Driving Change Experiences of non-governmental organizations in the provision of mental health services across the world

 

Birth Companions

We were commissioned by the charity Birth Companions in 2014 to evaluate the impact of their link worker scheme on women.

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Jun
23
2017

SLaM’s Wheel of Wellbeing Evaluation

We have started doing more work with organisations who are interested in using a Theory of Change framework to help them develop their services, and design appropriate evaluation plans to learn lessons from planning, doing and reviewing. One example of this is working with South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

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