Distress Brief Intervention pilot programme: evaluation

This report presents a realist evaluation of the Distress Brief Intervention (DBI) programme. DBI has been successful in offering support to those in distress, and has contributed to peoples’ ability to manage and reduce their distress in the short term, and for some in the longer term.

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12 Appendices

Appendices that are lettered are available at the end of this report. Technical appendices are numbered and are available in separate files published on the Scottish Government's website.

Appendix A - DBI theory of change and intended DBI programme outcomes

Appendix B - Outcome measures used in the evaluation

Appendix C - Resourcing implications table

Technical Appendices

Appendix 1 - Interview and Focus Group data collection tools

Appendix 2 – Outcome measurement data collection tools

Appendix 3 - Individual and aggregate data analysis

Appendix 4 - Staff training survey findings


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