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Distress Brief Interventions (DBI) is a Scottish Government funded programme which aims to provide a framework for improved inter-agency coordination, collaboration and cooperation across a wide range of care settings, interventions and community supports for people who present in distress.
The Independent Food Aid Network (IFAN) commissioned ScotCen Social Research in June 2021 to conduct qualitative research into the impact of the ‘Worrying About Money?’ leaflet in Scotland.
ScotCen was commissioned by the Scottish Government to conduct a mixed method research study with those asked to self-isolate.
The only annual national source of information on the health and factors relating to the health of people living in Scotland.
To establish the types of impact that result from the use of the SRI 2; a web based service development tool to support and develop recovery focused approaches in a variety of Scottish mental health settings.
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