The Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015, places a new duty on Scottish Ministers to consult on, develop and publish a new set of National Outcomes for Scotland, in place of the existing (non-statutory) framework). The public consultation Phase of the … Continue reading
A new discussion paper from the Carnegie UK Trust and the Alliance for Useful Evidence says that Scotland has an opportunity to become a global expert on how to deliver participative public services that focus on real quality of life … Continue reading
A tool to help you assess if the lives of people in your community are improving has been released by the Improvement Service. The Community Planning Outcomes Profile contains a set of core measures on important life outcomes – early years, … Continue reading
In a blog for Carnegie Colin Mair, Chief Executive of the Improvement Service, examines the Scottish Government’s journey in measuring outcomes since 2003.
This project brought together partners with a shared interest in a focus on personal outcomes in health, social care and other human services, in a Collaborative Action Research project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). The project … Continue reading
Sir Harry Burns has been appointed to chair a review of NHS targets and indicators, which includes a review of the national indicators that underpin the national health and wellbeing outcomes. The review is due to produce a report by the end of … Continue reading