Health

Impact of women specific interventions

ESSS Outline

ESSS Outline Impact of  women specific interventions
This Outline summarises evidence relating to the effectiveness of women specific interventions in addressing complex needs and the role they may play as preventative strategies in children's services. There was an overall lack of research that rigorously demonstrated the effectiveness of women specific interventions in addressing complex needs and a lack of evidence directly connecting the impact of women specific services on children’s outcomes. Different approaches to provision are summarised and evidence of the impact of women specific programmes are identified. Principles and examples of good practice are provided.

Bipolar Scotland

Iriss.fm, Episode 161

Iriss.fm
Michael McEwan speaks to Alison Cairns, Chief Executive of Bipolar Scotland, about what the supports and services the organisation provides.

From strength to strength

Iriss.fm, Episode 158

Iriss.fm
Catch-up with East Dunbartonshire Council about how an assets-based approach can improve mental health and wellbeing.