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Introducing SRN

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The Scottish Recovery Network (SRN) was formally launched in 2004 as an initiative designed to raise awareness of recovery from mental health problems.

Since then interest in the concept of recovery has increased greatly in Scotland. We now understand more about what recovery means to people and are thinking carefully about the implications for the way we support people with mental health issues.

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Lorraine Nicholson – a remembrance
25
Aug

SRN Director Simon Bradstreet remembers Lorraine Nicholson who died recently.

 
Catch up on Rights for Life!
18
Jun

Visit the Rights for Life website to catch up on all the videos, audio clips, blogs and social media content from this landmark national event on mental health recovery and human rights.

 
Researching recovery: what we learnt from REFOCUS
11
Aug

REFOCUS was a five year research project led by Professor Mike Slade and colleagues at the Section for Recovery in London’s Institute of Psychiatry. At the heart of the study was a large scale randomised controlled trial across 27 sites. With the recent publication of findings, SRN Director, Simon Bradstreet, shares his reflections on some mixed results.