Suresearch commissions and collaborations
2000 – ENABLE Evaluation
A Suresearch evaluation commissioned by the ENABLE, European funded mental health employment project, Shrewsbury.
2001 – Service Users experiences of mental health services in Birmingham
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by the City of Birmingham Joint Mental Health Services Panel.
2002 – Personal finances and mental health service users: a literature review
Commissioned by the Social Exclusion Unit and The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
2003 – Service user evaluation of assertive outreach services in North Birmingham
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by the North Birmingham Mental Health Trust.
2004 – MACA Difference: a service user evaluation of the Mental Health After Care Association
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by MACA (now Together)
2005 – Transforming Services, Changing Lives: service users’ contribution to clinical governance
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by the Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust (now BSMHFT)
2006 – A Service User evaluation of a wellbeing Primary Care Trust
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by the National Institute of Mental Health, West Midlands
2007 – Mental Health service users experiences of transitions
A Suresearch action research project commissioned by the Patient Public Initiative, Birmingham.
2007 – Evaluation of Dudley Green Health
An evaluation undertaken by Suresearch for the British Trust of Conservation Volunteers.
2010 – Living and Learning, Learning and Teaching: Mental Health and Higher Education
A service user evaluation-a Suresearch Conference evaluation commissioned by the Mental Health in Higher Education.
A pilot project collaboratively designed, delivered and evaluated by Suresearch and the Mental Health Research Network.
2016 and ongoing – Investigating the contribution of the voluntary sector to mental health crisis care
Suresearch is one of the partnersin this research project led by the University of Birmingham’s Health Services Management Centre (HSMC).