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Information, resources, tools providing metrics, measures and outcome indicators for capturing, reflecting and demonstrating outcomes for people using mental health services.

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Mental health dashboard Mental health dashboard

The mental health dashboard brings together information from a wide range of sources. It shows progress against objectives in the ‘No health without mental health strategy’ and gives a clear, concise picture of mental health outcomes. Read more »

Outcome measures

This knowledge summary provides an introduction to understanding mental health outcome measures. It covers general and patient rated outcome measures and specific measures for emotional difficulties, bipolar disorder, psychosis, substance misues and cognitive function. Read more »

National Well-being wheel of measures Measuring National Well-being

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is developing new measures of national well-being to provide a fuller picture of how society is doing by supplementing existing economic, social and environmental measures. Read more »

INSPIRE

INSPIRE is an outcomes measure designed to assess a service user’s experiences of the support they receive from a mental health worker for their recovery. Read more »

Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM) Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM)

The Wellbeing and Resilience Measure (WARM), developed by the Young Foundation, is a measure which combines existing data about localities, combining familiar statistics on such things as jobs and health with new ways of thinking about how happy and resilient communities are. Read more »

Recovery Star Recovery Star

The Recovery Star developed by the Mental Health Providers Forum, is an outcomes measure which enables people using services to measure their own recovery progress, with the help of mental health workers or others. Read more »

DIALOG

DIALOG is an outcomes measure to support structured conversation between patients and clinician focussing on the patients’ views of quality of life, needs for care and treatment satisfaction. Read more »